For every issue that dominates our media cycle, we might feel obligated to pick one extreme side of an argument (or worse, pick a “team”). Most consequential issues are more nuanced than can be responsibly conveyed in a single-sentence meme.
Adopting a mindset of curiosity compels you to ask more questions, investigate, and avoid the temptation to immediately construct arguments.
You’re going to form opinions anyway, and that’s a good thing. Better for everyone that when you do, they are more informed and thoughtful.