Discovering Da Vinci Daily- Day 02: Knowledgeable Acquisition

“The acquisition of any knowledge is always of use to the intellect, because it may thus drive out useless things and retain the good. For nothing can be loved or hated unless it is first known.”

In other words:

You should pay attention to everything and not avoid things you don’t think are significant because your mind will filter out what is important. You never know what you might miss out on from something you didn’t think you would get anything out of.

You can’t know if you are going to like something or not unless you try it.

Also if you have to do something you don’t really want to, you might as well engage yourself because there are things to be learned from almost everything. 

Interactivity: Write down 5 things you do not think you would be interested in. Research them anyways.
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