Be curious!

"I don’t care!" is a strong expression! It may:

1)    Denote egoism or narrowness disguised as focus. Or yet, to be focused on something while in fact (one) has lost the capacity or ability of looking around and anticipate how the environment in formation or that has already been formed may affect the object of its focus, or even, transform it! Is certain that life – private and professional – is full of distractions and there is a risk that without having focus nothing to achieve. Nevertheless, ignore the environment and its impact even if only to just calculate it over the object focused or over the path chosen to reach it.
2)     Be an expression of lack of curiosity. And curiosity is good as it is the easiest way of learning or of avoiding repeating errors committed by others;

3)     Express contempt for other’s deeds or for what happens about, becoming isolated. This is not difficult to happen as we live with and surrounded by our own problems!

Focus is good; nonetheless, it must not prevent one from observing what is happening around and from calculating the impact over the object of your focus or over the path chosen to reach it. Curiosity is good and proves that one is intellectually alive and interacting with the environment. Believe and try learning from all interactions is what makes one wise. Thus, pay attention when saying “I am not interested!"

"The great thing is, if one can, to stop regarding all the unpleasant things as interruptions in one's own or real life. The truth is, of course, that what one regards as interruptions are precisely one's life." (C. S. Lewis); "A wise person is hungry for knowledge." (Book of Proverbs); "So be careful how you live. Don’t live like fools, but like those who are wise." (Saint Paul)

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