Today, we welcome back guest speaker Steve Fredlund.
Curiosity carries with it a lot of "upside potential" and "downside risk;" and the greater our capacity for absorbing any downside that comes from our curiosity, the more we can fully engage with questions, research, and inquiry. Some personalities are naturally more curious, but even so, if the findings from our curiosity could significantly impact our lives, we will go into self-preservation mode and become far less curious. This is true of our spirituality as much as it is true in many other elements of our lives. During our time together today, we will talk about spiritual curiosity, its upside potential, its downside risk, and how we develop greater capacity for being able to engage our curiosity.