We each probably have a friend who is out searching for obvious adventure. He or she is trekking across the globe, climbing a mountain, skydiving, or exploring somewhere uncharted. It's easy to hang the "adventurer" label on them. This seems to be how they live, defined by what adventure they're presently on rather than their job.
Sometimes we also get to go on an adventure, taking an exotic vacation or booking the trip of a lifetime. And then when it's over, it's back to work.
Helen Keller shakes us out of our routine and assumptions by telling us: "Life is either a daring adventure or it is nothing at all."
We don't have to book a one-way ticket to remote airports to have an adventure. We can start a company, have another child, move to a new city, end a relationship, take up a hobby, try yoga, sit down and finally write that book - the list can go on.
The examination for you has to happen within. What is it that could be your greatest adventure?
Truth be told, it's probably not a vacation.
Your greatest adventure should be life itself.
So - how are you living?