Wonder

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Spotlight

The Power of Wonder Jeff Hoffman at TEDxWallStreet

Reference

Dictionary

wonder : a cause of astonishment or admiration — Webster

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Thesaurus

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Encyclopedia

Wonder is an emotion comparable to surprise that people feel when perceiving something rare or unexpected (but not threatening). It has historically been seen as an important aspect of human nature, specifically being linked with curiosity and the drive behind intellectual exploration. Wonder is also often compared to the emotion of awe, but awe implies fear or respect rather than joy. — Wikipedia

Encyclopædia Britannica

The Science of Wonder (Life Noggin)

Robin Ince Science versus wonder?

Preservation

Museum

Cabinet of Wonders

Cabinet of Wonders Houses the Personal Collection of Alfred Russel Wallace (NSF)
Cabinet of Wonders: Personal Collection of Alfred Russel Wallace (Lisa-Joy Zgorski, Live Science)

Library

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