THINGS THAT FASCINATE ME

✨I'm sure I will think of more✨
  1. The human body
  2. Reproduction
    ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
  3. People who are multilingual
    All the props👌🏻
  4. Watching nature shows like Planet Earth
  5. Why some are born with amazing talents, like the voice of an opera singer or the ability to paint or write music
    In awe💗
  6. The history of good and evil
    Crazy😱
  7. Online dating
    I've never done it nor likely ever will, but it's intriguing to listen to people's stories!
  8. Intellect
  9. Latte art
  10. Just about anything, if I'm listening to someone who is really excited about it talk about their work, research, art, etc.
    I like to think I'm stealing their life force, but it's probably not really like that. 😝
    Suggested by   @jennifergster
  11. The vastness of the solar system
    Suggested by   @marginally_amazing
  12. Sharks and turtles, my two favorite animals. They fascinate me in so many ways!!🐢🦈
    Suggested by   @nikkilounoel
  13. Animal intelligence, especially in corvids and octopuses.
    Suggested by   @Gola
  14. Brand management; especially companies that completely changed their reputation.
    (I majored in advertising)
    Suggested by   @paperpilot
  15. Juggling. When I am juggling I can totally get lost watching the balls. It can be a form of meditation for me, where I can sometimes forget that it's me doing the juggling, and I just watch the balls go through their pattern.
    Suggested by   @pili_ervin
  16. how complicated, sometimes contradictory or 'messy' our emotional states/expression can be.
    E.g., we can be hurting, melancholy and still experience strong elated emotions (and vice versa). These states can coexist and I find that wildly fascinating.
    Suggested by   @jesszaffino
  17. Gravity
    The wondrous force that keeps us from floating away...the constant tug of war with the Moon that influences us so incredibly each moment....that we are spinning and moving always yet can't tell at all....and it requires an escape velocity of 6.951 miles/sec to break free
    Suggested by   @gd3
  18. The human perspective and how two people can view something so completely different, due to their own life experiences and probably genetic predispositions in some cases.