The Paradox of the Unknown

For many of us the unknown is a source of anxiety but also of fascination. It’s the very uncertainty that drives the inquisitive or curious soul.Things that lie on the edge of familiarity or understanding can be left right where they are, but doesn’t that make for a life less interesting… or less lived?

Once you’ve reached a little beyond the norm, why not seek out experiences and opportunities that will add more to life and to your ability to adapt in the future?Any international or intercultural experience in work or study, at home or abroad, offers to take you from the banal to the beautiful, from the present to the potential.As one day leads to the next, make the next one count!

Published by John Humphreys

Education and leisure industry professional with over 30 years' experience and a focus on delivering international experiences and employability development.

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