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The Curiosity of Knowing

“The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing.” — Socrates

The Curiosity of Knowing
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I was recalling some memories of my grandmother who passed away two months ago. She used to ask me while seeing me with my laptop, “what kind of job do you do”?

“I want to know. Please make me understand.”




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Fasiha Imran

Fasiha Imran

Taking Small Steps to achieve my BIG Dreams. I write about Self-Improvement, Self-Awareness, Life Lessons, & Writing.

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