Behind the door lies a world of possibilities!


This photo was taken inside a fort.

There are two-step and the third step of yours becomes risky if you are careless since there is a height difference.

The single door is closed and locked.  There are 4 small openings.

I guess this is for ventilation purposes. When you peep through the opening nothing can be made out and it’s pitch dark. I wish I had a torchlight.

Maybe it is used as a small jail or it might be leading to an underground tunnel. I don’t know.

So there are too many possibilities.

Why should I be curious?

I think curiosity is an inborn condition in human beings.

Why are we curious anyway?

Because there is no cure!

“The cure for boredom is curiosity. There is no cure for curiosity.” Dorothy Parker

Are temptation & Curiosity the same?

I am not an expert in the English language.

Temptation is an inclination towards something that can have a negative consequence. Here one struggles between the desire for immediate gratification and awareness regarding negative outcomes.

Curiosity is an eagerness to explore and learn something unknown. It’s a positive quality to better knowledge further. (temptation too can lead sometimes to curiosity! an example includes the temptation to explore prohibited knowledge)


“It is true that an open door sends an invitation; but for the curious person, a closed door sends even a stronger invitation!”
Mehmet Murat ildan

Thank you for your visit.

Take care, my friend.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏

Mr Philo

Image by © PTP-2023 All Rights Reserved

This post is part of GC & SueW-Weekly prompts-weekend challenge-The Door


8 thoughts on “Behind the door lies a world of possibilities!

  1. I see temptation as something that’s attainable, perhaps tangible. But we know the thing which is tempting us, and we desire that object. Curiosity is a desire to explore and discover the unknown. But thats just me


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