Unitarian Universalists are naturally curious people. We want to know how things work and why; we wonder what’s around that corner – something which we can’t quite see but know is there. For most of us, that’s how we arrived on the church’s doorstep. We were curious about this unusual religion and what it meant. Curiosity is, for some of us, the cornerstone of life. For others, it only takes us so far, with mystery and the unknowable trumping our innate curiosity. Hear four members of the congregation discuss their perspectives on curiosity and what it means for their own lives and the life of the church.