We are hardwired with curiosity inside us, because life knew that this would keep us going even in bad sailing … Life feeds anyone who is open to taste its food, wonder, and glee – its immediacy.*
the practice of science is a human affair, complicated by all the bedraggled but marvellous psychology that makes us human**
Imagination can be grown.
We feed our imaginations with our curiosity.
With curiosity and imagination we come upon the holiness or otherness of life.
We stop being a “Later” person and become a “Now” person:
‘The Laters sit in cafés sipping coffee and discussing the possibilities of life. The Nows note that with infinite lives, they can do all they can imagine.’^