Don’t Leave Inquisition With Your First Time Experiencing Something

“Are we going down?”

“No. They’ve done this thousands of times. It’s like riding a bicycle for them.”

This is the reassuring voice of a father to his son as they’re experiencing his first flight together.

Firstly, if you fly with children you deserve accolades, halls of fame, and most definitely a god like amount of patience.

Secondly, doing something for the first time should spark a lot of questions.

You have fresh eyes, a perspective without presumptions.

More often than not, your initial questions leads to yet more questions.

The real prize is not letting your sense of inquisition die with your first experience.

Photo by Joshua Lawrence on Unsplash.

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