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To experience, to engage, to endeavour, rather than to watch and to wonder

Greenland expedition

“To experience, to engage, to endeavour, rather than to watch and to wonder – that’s where the real meat of life is to be found.”

Here’s a great little 10-minute talk on the ‘why’ of adventure from my good friend Ben Saunders.

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  1. Excellent thoughts. I’ll be using this to inspire my next bunch of potential DofE participants to get out and do stuff….

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  2. Yes, that was a great talk! Thanks for sharing.

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