Doing things we’ve never done before bears certain risks.
What feels like the biggest risk of all is often the fact that we don’t even know exactly what the risks are, or how likely they are.
But “risk” is nothing but a probability for certain things to happen, or not to happen.
With more experience, we might have a better idea of how big a risk really is, or we might even be able to slightly reduce some of the risks in our life.
But the risks we’re used to are generally not less “risky” than new things – we’ve simply gotten used to them.