The sound of exploration

Learning stuff was less important than learning about oneself. Exploration is not just a whimsical luxury of education; it is a central benefit.*
David Epstein

Free and alone in the city, the flâneur craves a revelation that might change his life and destiny.**
Federico Castigliano

There are moments in our lives when we sense a desire to be more awake, more alive.

This can be quickly followed by the pull of the necessary and the urgent into a forgetfulness.

When those moments appear, it’s best to throw ourselves into discovering the sound of our exploration.

*From David Epstein’s Range;
**From Federico Castigliano’s Flâneur.

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