desire to know

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curiosity that motivates investigation and study

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If you desire to know about agnosticism and atheism, pick this book.
The users on the web nowadays desire to know more on the complete features of any product.
Whether it was Eve's desire to know instead of trust, Sarah's inability to wait for God to move, or Rebekah's controlling hand on her family's future, each of these women's stories contain warnings and lessons for us today.
Having suppressed any desire to know more about his early life, before he was adopted, on his 18th birthday Hefin discovers not only that has a sibling, but that he wasn't - as he'd always believed - born in Wales.
I felt we would play on two aspects of the human helix: Desire to know, the curiosity to find out what you don't know; and perhaps more importantly, the notion of how powerful withholding is to the human psyche," she explained.
Saying "everyone has a right to privacy", Harry, who is fourth in line to the throne, told the BBC he thought it was "unnecessary" that there was a desire to know "every little bit of detail about what goes on behind the scenes".
Amid the chaos and mess of her personal life and driven by her desire to know the truth, Lara embarks on a journey through war-torn Serbia in an attempt to discover what really happened to her dearest friend.
He expressed government desire to know the latest developments pertaining to smart applications so as to use them in education, to develop youth and systems of protection and safety, and serve people with special needs.
The desire to know more doesn't necessarily translate into the desire for a deep scientific explanation.
Users want to know how exactly they can measure various things on a map, and map makers desire to know how precise maps need to be in order to fulfill user needs.
In turn, the Kazakh Consul expressed the Kazakh businessmen's real desire to know more about the available trade and investment opportunities in Syria.
Curious: The Desire to Know and Why Your Future Depends on It
Aristotle linked the desire to know with the contemplation of nature, not its conquest.
I Have Seen God" is must reading for anyone with a desire to know more of the reality and power of a Living God.
His latest book is Curious: The Desire To Know And Why Your Future Depends on ItGreat storytellers of all kinds are expert at creating.