- A zest for life.
- Exercise for your brain.
- Interesting conversations.
- Discovering the world around you (and beyond).
- Excitement for learning and growing.
- Slowing of the aging process.
- Purpose and meaning to the day.
- Better memory function.
- More friends.
I guess that all depends on whether or not you are a cat. Personally, I am not a cat lover. But for those of you that land in this category, you can attest to the statement that curiosity (almost) killed the cat. They don’t have nine lives for nothing, you know. But what is it they are after, really? Why is this page about curiosity worth the five minutes it will take to read? Because curiosity is one of the most important traits one can have. Among the benefits curiosity brings are: