It means that one is perpetually curious. Not only that, they take steps to satiate that curiosity. That only leads them to discover that there is more yet to be known, and that one can never know everything.
I can download a song from iTunes in less than a minute. I walk across the street to the grocery store for midnight snacks. I frequent drive-thru fast-food restaurants. Events are measurable down to the minute or even second. In our culture, if we want something, there's a good chance that we can get it almost immediately. That's not always the case.
A few years ago, my family went on a mission trip/ holiday to England. While we were in London, we visited St. Paul's Cathedral for a choral Evensong service. I wasn't particularly excited to be there; most of it was in Latin, and the idea of going to church for fun wasn't the most thrilling concept to my mind.
Over the past few months, the Choctawk blog has featured stories on several Profound Professors, but today, I have the opportunity to share with you our prodigious, preeminent, prestigious president, Dr. Lee Royce. Join me as I explore this living legend's life leading up to MC and look forward to his lasting legacy.