The Importance Of Curiosity

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Curiosity is part of human nature. The urge to know and to discover one’s purpose and identity is what drives most of us to wake up the very next day. This curiosity dates back to Adam and Eve’s fall from the Garden of Eden when they ate of the fruit of good and evil. Although there is no way for a creation to fully understand its creator nor can individuals believe they are the almighty and therefore create their own religious pathway. After surveying over all the religions this course encompasses, it reveals much controversy because people stand divided instead of in unity. The root of this division is their beliefs, it’s their religion. (Yes, there may be unity within a religion, but it causes separation to those outside it.) It is interesting to view how people just tear each other…show more content…
This calls one to live a life full of love, to steward healthy relationships, to turn away from the temptations of this world and to pursue greater things that exemplify the talents and gifts God has designed for my role in this world. For what I am a part of is greater than the part I…show more content…
The purpose why each and everyone of us have lived in this world lives in God. Once we connect and keep a relationship with God then we will know who we are and what our purpose is. Yes, being in a relationship is tough and it is hard for such a broken human to be part of something as perfect as God. It’s okay though, for He overwhelms us with His steadfast love. That is why He is called God. He will be there for us at all times. The good and the bad. We just can not doubt, because the greatest challenge we as humans have is to believe in the unseen. We will never understand God, but He will always understand us for He resides in us. For the evidence of His existence is all around us. All we need to do is believe. To have

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