We often see adventurers depicted as Indiana-Jones-type characters in Indiana-Jones-type situations doing Indiana-Jones-type things. They are often thought of as individuals who perform incredible feats in extreme places or scenarios all while beating enormous odds and narrowly escaping death. Not all adventurers are like that, nor are all adventures. Life is its own adventure. We experience adventure every day. The future is full of many unknowns, and often we are subject to work through those unknowns when they arrive.
Just like Indiana Jones or any other adventurous protagonist, we experience our own challenges in life and press through them even when the odds are against us. It is a journey to our own sunken treasure, our own lost civilization, or our own damsel in distress, so to speak. Life is full of adversity. Everyone is going through something, avoiding their own metaphorical pits of snakes and deadly traps.
Press on. Shine through. Take an Indiana-Jones-style leap of faith. You are an adventurer and the adventure lies before you. We can succeed at life even when we do not know how it will work out at first. We have a tremendous capacity to do so. It is what adventurers do.