Half truths kill

An idiom rings through my head “curiosity killed the cat”. Where I learned it, I can’t recall, but its a comforting to my risk averse self.

Until, this year of change? Is it true? What about luck or serendipity leading to discoveries?

Checking the origin of the phrase, curiosity killed the cat, I discovered, there is a second part. “Satisfaction revived it”, alluding to the fact that a cat lands on its feet, unharmed.

What thought is ringing in your head? Explore it, dig out its truth. It may be time for a rejoiner.

Crisis as catalyst for change.

Do you have “words of wisdom” ringing in your head, which have outlived their usefulness? Such as “dont talk to strangers”, “people are out to get you”.

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