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Title: I suppose we are all questers who venture into the unknown
Author: Fraser Trevor
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I suppose we are all questers who venture into the unknown, confront difficulties and dangers, and return home with new understanding...

I suppose we are all questers who venture into the unknown, confront difficulties and dangers, and return home with new understandings of ourselves and of our world. We make a pilgrimage, part trip and part ritual, it is prescribed in all the traditions for those seeking healing and renewal. The impetus for the journey could be an urge to explore one's roots, a desire for absolution, a wish to pay homage, or a question that needs answering.That enhances: Adventure, Risk-taking which starts to add
Balance and Counters: our Timidity, Certitude
in practicing questing, we have to leave home, both literally and figuratively.


 Travel to a place where something has happened before and see what happens to us now. Don't stop, even if we stumble, until we have found a gift or an insight to bring back with us. If we can't go far, we make an journey within . Ask questions. Look for replies in areas where you have never thought to go before.

Questing is a companion to childhood adventure. We thrill to the quest! This kind of travel broadens our horizons and gives us practice dealing with new situations. It increases our capacity to take risks. It helps us overcome any timidity or fear of the unknown that may be holding us back.

Questing also serves as an antidote to the rigidity of certitude, thinking that we already know it all. It encourages us to be a seeker, to keep searching for different strategies to meet the challenges of our times.
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