Risk; a possible danger. usually negative outcome,
(why?) a danger: the potential (conventionally negative) (again why?) impact of an event, determined by combining the likelihood of the event occurring with the impact should it occur
Security; the condition of not being threatened
Balance; equilibrium in movement, support for both viewpoints, neutrality
Neutral; favouring neither the supporting nor opposing viewpoint; unbiased: neither beneficial nor harmful.
Support (i.e. faith, enabling, giftedness) however minuscule in relation to risk enables and strengthens the risk-taker to go beyond the limits or acceptable parameters of logic to acquire that for which the risk is taken. Security may not lie in the strength of the position nor in the power of the opposition the risk-taker faces to appropriate, but in the need for security that is brought about by necessity, or by faith, or by obedience.