Adventure: pursue fear and interest into uncertainty

A life well-lived is an adventure. A pursuit into uncertainty of that which is most fearful or interesting for you.

That means:

Learning. “You can generate learning by creating situations where you’re not sure about the outcome.” Learning follows.

Success. Success is the continued pursuit of mastery.

Presence: We cling to the known, our mental accumulations, out of habit, their comfort in their familiarity. They are security against the unknown. In facing into and holding ambiguity, these are relinquished.

Shed self-conflict: In pursuing interests, shedding self-conflict and socialized, internalized judgements

These are as much byproducts as complementary lifts, a tight network – strengthening the same compound movement.


An experiment is the easiest, smallest specific form of adventure.