curiosity conversations

 ^ a page from mossbüch (what i'm calling my notebook these days)

^ a page from mossbüch (what i'm calling my notebook these days)

all the foreign dots that have found each other, formed new shapes and become trusted homes in my miiiind palace...these dots + lines were initially sparked by curiosity, not attached to goals and not really invested in rewards. just wandering points. i'm finding it a fun + fruitful practice to allow these seemingly unrelated ventures to have their space in my life, to form and play with each other and occupy my attention :: leafing through knitting, physics, botany books - whatever :: now i trust these dots will find each other and make a little organic thing, with very little interference. 

while paying attention to the subject of curiosity, i came across this great and funny interview with brian grazer. his practice of "curiosity conversations" is ultra cool. he meets with interesting people from all walks of life and just...talks to them - out of mere curiosity, not to get anything from them: a job or movie deal. he's been doing this for decades. here's the link to that interview.

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