Good morning respected Principal, teachers and my dear friends. Today on this special occasion, I stand in front of you to speak on the topic – Adventure.
Adventure refers to exciting activity or an unusual experience. Such experiences are often of a daring and risky nature. Many people like having an adventure in their lives. They believe where there is no risk, there is no gain. They love the thrill factor in adventurous activities.
Some of the adventurous activities are ballooning, speed boating, car racing, buggy jumping, etc. Let’s discuss my favourite adventurous sport, ballooning.
Ballooning is a sport that I would like to go for one day. It is a costlier one. There is an element of risk too because of the change of weather and balloons filled with helium prone to lightening and leaks.
I want to experience the thrill of rising high into the sky without the drone of an engine and with the advantage of controlling the direction. How adventurous it would be, I think sometimes.
Another adventurous activity that is worth trying is trekking. It is an adventure of trying to climb the highest and steepest mountains never climbed before.
Going on an adventure is power-packed with a lot of benefits. It helps you make new like-minded friends with a new learning experience. You meet people from various cultures and backgrounds doing the same activity that you love.
It is also good for relaxation. It may give you goosebumps initially but when you complete it, it gives a lot of confidence and pleasure with some relaxation too. It teaches you how to stay cool under pressure.
It keeps you focused on. Adventure demands a lot of focus as it has thrill and risk involved. It improves your concentration this way.
It brings you better health as most of the adventure is done outdoors in the fresh air. A mixture of little exercise, enjoyment, and fresh air gives a boost to mental health.
In the end, I would like to say that adventure is good. We all should go for it at least once in our lifetime.