The more we experience, the more we start to understand the world around us — but more importantly, the more we realize what is yet to be seen, heard, smelled, touched, and understood.

In other words, as John Lennon said (and the Red Hot Chili Peppers famously sang): “The more I see, the less I know” — a line that inspired this design.

The better someone understands physics, the more they understand how much is yet to be understood about our universe.

The more seasoned a neurologist, the deeper and more profound their questions are about the science behind our functioning minds.

George Loewenstein, a Professor of Economics and Psychology, noted in his article “The Psychology of Curiosity” that curiosity isn’t driven by telling people to ask questions, but rather by showing them the gap between what they know and what they don’t.

Loewenstein encourages us to “prime the pump” with intriguing but incomplete information to spark inquiry and push us to ask our own questions — a kind of firestarter to fuel our burning curiosities. The idea is, if you start learning, you’ll want to keep learning.

There is so much yet to be discovered.

Stay curious.

Mike and Dave Radparvar
Co-Founders, Holstee

P.S. In our Adventure Guide, we dig into the different ways that curiosity, when combined with bravery, can lead to adventure. Want to learn more? Sign up for the Holstee Membership today →

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