If you are looking for a spiritual adventure, I say, try journal writing. Journal writing is an adventure because it is challenging. Honest self-analysis especially is always challenging and it allows for much learning. If you don't find a challenge in journal writing, I suspect that it is because you are not doing it properly. There are always things to write about.
Be meek and humble, but don't be humble in your desire to learn. Seek to learn the ends and the origins of all things." It is not that difficult once you bring God into the picture. Thanks to some Mormon missionaries for teaching me this.
"If you are a truth driven person you will eventually gain a testimony of the truth about the Atonement of the Son of God, the resurrection and the redemption, and your days will be filled with happiness. If you are a mood driven person you will gain a testimony of nothing and your days will soon be filled with sadness and just coping. My point is, don't let the presence and strength of your testimony be driven by your mood. Let your mood be driven by the presence and strength of your testimony." - The Rev.
I wrote my first poem when I was 19. It was called Majority Rules.
With majority tools
In majority schools
For majority fools.
- Bob King
What has been loved deeply we can never lose, for all that we deeply love becomes part of "us." - Helen Keller
A 'desire to learn' is the only thing that will be required of the contributors to this site. A person does not need to have a strong opinion on something to contribute to the conversation. In fact, having questions can often be more appropriate.