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Fascination of Knowledge What is fascination of knowledge Well according to dictionarycom it can be defined as the unseen inexplicable influence of knowledge on an individual Personally however I would describe it as one of two things Either a childish yearning that appears in all kids as they witness something new or a mere glance at an intricately woven web in which the elements of life itself are tied together and whose sight will inexplicably influence the lucky few who see to understand it As a child I was not only awestruck by everything new to me but I excessively enjoyed its awareness This implied frequent visits to parks museums and zoos some very serious boredom for those who were kind enough to take me there and constant Whys and Hows not to mention the anger of not obtaining a straight answer In these early stages of my life I was never was wholly captivated by any particular object or fad and thus unlike other children my enthrallment never wore off My first years of school were wonderful All my questions besides the ones concerning the origins of babies were easily answer I went to the library and opened up the encyclopedia often and just the mere fact of seeing something unseen gave me a distinct feel of being more complete I developed an interest in atoms space and inevitably dinosaurs I borrowed books and read them or at least tried It was back then that I realized that I actually liked to learn My deep fascination in things grew and changed with me My path of knowledge started off at basic and led to more complicated from dinosaurs to evolution from atoms and space to theoretical physics At the same time it widened and I began learning about more It wasnt surprising that I soon wanted to know everything but after several long desperate looks the sixteen 500-paged volumes
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