It was my nephew's crazy questions that encouraged me to write this article. He's 5 years old. As you may appreciate, there is now a child who takes a break from his speech just to breathe. As far as I'm trying to answer your questions because there are questions I don't really know.
What's your problem dude? I answered all this information without calling you unnecessary, reversing your questions and passing them on. I think you're born with a sense of curiosity. Isn't it because of curiosity that we came to the world as a human being?
Hz. If Adam and Eve hadn't eaten that apple, maybe we would be going to heaven now, but just because of the curiosity brought us. A little bit of emphasis:
Curiosity is the discovery behavior that occurs with the conversion of attention to the new. In order to learn something and discover something, there must be a desire for it. Curiosity is against the new, the complex, or the uncertain.
It is an abstract concept and lasts a lifetime. It has two basic functions in life. First, it helps to concentrate attention and deal with the situation. Secondly, it improves knowledge and competence with its lifetime feature.
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