Curiosity is, in great and generous minds, the first passion and the last.

Samuel Johnson

Curiosity is never-ending. As English author Samuel Johnson wrote in the 18th century, it expands your mind — and the more that happens, the more curious you become. Johnson explained, “He who easily comprehends all that is before him, and soon exhausts any single subject, is always eager for new inquiries; and in proportion as the intellectual eye takes in a wider prospect, it must be gratified with variety, by more rapid flights and bolder excursions.” So as we learn, our thirst for knowledge deepens, and our curiosity leads us to explore even further — turning learning into a lifelong process of enrichment.