When the door opens, walk through. The tricky part is knowing the right door when it opens. It is not necessarily the door we want to open. "That which you seek lies far back in the darkest corner of the cave you most don't want to enter" (Joseph Campbell). Walking through a door open to what we most don't want to do. Is that courageous or stupid? It takes going to know. We have to know what is on the other side of the door. We owe it to ourselves to find out. Knowing what we will learn positions us to know the right door when it opens, which makes any door the right door, in that the worst it can do is lead us to the right door. So, walk through every open door with your eyes open, knowing you do not know what you are doing, and not caring what your chances are, but paying attention to everything, searching for clues that call you on, or send you searching for another door, standing open, winking at you, blowing kisses your way, saying "How about me, Sweetie?"