I don’t know about you, but I love adventure. I love trying new things, and taking advantage of opportunities that come along once in a lifetime.
I’m an introvert. I’d rather stay home curled up on my couch with a good book, which on the surface totally contradicts that first paragraph. I used to have to force myself to go out with friends or even by myself. I still do, sometimes. Iwas asked recently if I ever regretted going out when I’d rather stay home.
My answer was this: Sometimes. And I can’t even say that if I hadn’t gone I’d have regretted not going. But most of the time, I surprise myself by having such a good time, with friends and experiencing something new, that I am glad I went.
I have now become the person who looks for opportunities and for new experiences. Not only do they make me happy, they enrich my life, my life experience, and expand my world-view. And in the end, it is that enrichment that makes me look forward to new adventures.
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