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Wonder Is a Skill We Are All Capable of Relearning

Why this most human of emotions matters, now more than ever

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I WONDER. All great discoveries and personal breakthroughs began with those two words.

“Wonder” is a wonderful word. It’s impossible to say it aloud without smiling. The English “wonder” traces its roots to the Latin miraculu, which means “anything…

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Eric Weiner

Eric Weiner

Philosophical Traveler. Recovering Malcontent. Author of four books, including my latest: “The Socrates Express.”

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