Curiosity killed the cat - quoted from Dictionary.com
"Before curiosity, it was care that killed the cat. The phrase care killed the cat appeared in Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing in 1599: "though care killed a cat, thou hast mettle enough in thee to kill care." In this expression, the word care refers to a burdened state of mind or anxiety, and the phrase is probably a reference to the myth that cats have nine lives, making them difficult to extinguish."
Books and literature may seem to belong to a category all by themselves. Only seemingly so. In truth, books and literature are about life itself. So I will be writing a broad category of topics in my blog, but they will always refer themselves back to books and literature. For, what is life without these things? What is life if we are not curious?
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