As children we are limitlessly curious and permanently explore the world by asking these questions in countless ways with all senses. This makes us grow physically and mentally at a phenomenal speed. And we enjoy life to the fullest.
This stops when we grow up. What remains is a reduced form of curiosity and an unsatisfied yearning.
Why is that so?
What is the role of curiosity in this?
How can this be prevented – and even be reversed?
This book documents a soliloquy of Dr Bernhard Kutzler in which he explores curiosity and finds answers to the above and related questions.