Sunday, July 25, 2010

Casual Knowledge

|"The overkill of casual knowledge blunts the force of curiosity."

Post written by Anshul Gupta. Follow me on twitter.

Whosoever said that, said it precisely focusing on the point that, we have been designing systems which kill curiosity of human race. We are loosing our creative potential. We rate...then we promote. We tend to promote mediocrity by placing curiosity lower.

Accepting things naively without a single question is the root cause behind this dull state of mind of society. And it is going bad to worse...

Overkilling is worst part of it! Casual knowledge is what most of us have. Nobody knows the facts!

Making assumption, instead of asking why-what-where-when-how kind of questions, is the foundation for this casual knowledge.
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