Best 298 of Curious quotes - MyQuotes
F. K. Preston
When I first met you, you had your arm in a sling. Your front teeth were crooked. There was this great, big, grin stretched across your face. I was curious. Sometimes curious is a far worse thing to be than in love.
I have a curious and apprehensive feeling as I watch JFK that he is sort of an Indian snake charmer.
James Russell Lowell
It is curious how tyrannical the habit of reading is...
We should all seek to innovate, or be curious about innovation. Innovation truly is one of our greatest gifts.
Curious is a good thing to be, it seems to pay some unexpected dividends.
I'm not a journalist; I'm probably a horrible interviewer. The one small thing I have is I'm curious, and I'm interested in who I'm with.
Curious that it is impossible for a man to be original without attracting around him a set of unoriginal minds, as though he were a honey-pot and they the flies!
Lailah Gifty Akita
It is better to be creative than curious.
For me, curiosity is life. If you are not curious, you are in your coffin.
He hesitated, then lifted his head and sniffed. “Have you been drinking?” The question was more curious than accusatory. “No,” Bast said. The innkeeper raised an eyebrow. “I’ve been tasting,” Bast said, emphasizing the word. “Tasting comes before drinking.
Smile out loud! Make them wonder.
What a curious creature is man; with what a variety of powers and faculties is he endued; yet how easily is he disturbed and put out of order.
Curiosity is also my worst vice, and once stirred one not to be denied.
Jeffrey R. Immelt
Good leaders are very curious, and they spend a lot of time trying to learn things.
George Bernard Shaw
Revelations: A curious record of the visions of a drug addict.
It wasn't so much that I had to leave to make it in the music business as I was curious to be out on my own and sort of explore. I never felt that where I was ever influenced my songwriting.
Art doesn’t give rise to anything in us that isn’t already there. It simply stirs our curious consciousness and sparks a fire that illuminates who we have always wanted to be.
It is in midwinter that I sometimes glean from my pines... a curious transfusion of courage.
Lailah Gifty Akita
If we knew what is already there, there will be no need for research.
Love is a fragile, corruptible thing. And yet I have seen it evince a curious strength. It is beyond any comprehension Love is a weakness that once in a great while triumphs over strength.
The most important thing is what you already do. It's being authentic. It's being curious, trying to discover gifts.
You have never been curious about me; you never wanted to explore my soul.
So with curious eyes and sick surmise We watched him day by day, And wondered if each one of us Would end the self-same way, For none can tell to what red Hell His sightless soul may stray.
The suspense in a novel is not only in the reader, but in the novelist himself, who is intensely curious too about what will happen to the hero.
There was an American girl, Priscilla Johnson. She worked for U.P. in Moscow. She knew [John] Kennedy, and she met [Lee Harvey] Oswald around the same time I did. But I can tell you something else almost as curious.
I think you're always subjective because you always have a point of view, but I'm always sort of curious about what is the point of view I don't agree with. There is a truth in that because there always is.
Neil Degrasse Tyson
These are two different exercises. One of them is, "You don't know and I know, so just shut up and listen," and the other one is, you're curious and you're learning, and I have a way where you can learn this so you'll know it as well. And when you know it, and know why you know it, then you don't have to reference me ever again because you take ownership of the knowledge, and you can then share it with someone else.
It is a curious fact that the word essayist showed up in English before it existed in French.
It was curious how life seemed to weave a pattern that was not in the least haphazard, as it so often seemed to be.
For the most part people are not curious except about themselves.
I have always had a curious nature; I enjoy learning, but I dislike being taught.
Iowans are super talkative, like me. I'm very talkative. I'm very curious about strangers.
I've always been curious about the monster that lives under your bed. Even at 30 years old you lean over the bed to see if there's something under there, potentially.
It is curious that I always want to group things, a series of sonnets, a series of photographs; whatever rationalizations appear, they originate in urges that are rarely satisfied with single images.
Visions, imagination, curiosity and experience give rise to discovery.
There are plenty who regard a wall behind which something is happening as a very curious thing.
Isn't there a curious elegance in how one moment passes into another?
It is a rather curious thing to have to divide one's life into personal and official compartments and temporarily put the personal side into its hidden compartment to be taken out again when one's official duties are at an end.
The World is my home & India is my living room. I'm independent in my living room to explore,hoping someday I will also be able to explore my own home.
Create hell and people will be impatient to get there, just out of curiosity
[I like to] engage with funny people, or weird people, or, you know, kind of off people. [Whereas when I meet] anybody who's ... normal ... I'm not curious, I'm not interested.
I've always been a sort of curious and restless person. I've always wrestled with ambition.
When we are looking for the unexpected, we are not only looking for the unexpected in ourselves, but we are also curious about the unexpected in the behavior of the others. So as to know the others, we have got to learn how and where they differ from us. By understanding this, we are able to establish an uplifting link with otherness. ( "Looking for the unexpected" )
The writer writes in order to teach himself, to understand himself, to satisfy himself; the publishing of his ideas, though it brings gratification, is a curious anticlimax.
To be wise is to be eternally curious.
I'm very, very curious about how people live under the volcano, how they handle the permanence of danger.
The governess was not much liked in the village. She was too tall, too fond of books, too grave, and, a curious thing, never smiled unless there was something to smile at.
Nerd? Nope... another guess?? ... Smart? Nope.. I'm not clever even and smarter I don't said it and I even don't propose this... (which you said before few minutes?) to the judge... Let's take It like I have curiousity for the stuff around us!
I've always tried to maintain that I don't have any advice to give. I'm a curious observer.
If you are not curious, that's when your brain is starting to die. And discovering, I think, that's what separates us from the rest of the other species. It's that we discover and pioneer.