ven·ture

ven·ture [ven-cher]
noun
1.
an undertaking involving uncertainty as to the outcome, especially a risky or dangerous one: a mountain-climbing venture.
2.
a business enterprise or speculation in which something is risked in the hope of profit; a commercial or other speculation.
3.
the money, ship, cargo, merchandise, or the like, on which risk is taken in a business enterprise or speculation.
4.
Obsolete . hazard or risk.
verb (used with object), ven·tured, ven·tur·ing.
5.
to expose to hazard; risk: to venture one’s fortune; to venture one’s life.
6.
to take the risk of; brave the dangers of: to venture a voyage into space.
7.
to undertake to express, as when opposition or resistance appears likely to follow; be bold enough; dare: I venture to say that you are behaving foolishly.
8.
to take the risk of sending.

By nature I seek risk. In all my research and life experience God has shown me without the risk of failure there can be no growth. We grow by trials. We shine or crumble when the pressure is on us.

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