Need to know the way to exit also.The smell of some tasty food brought the stray fox closer to the tree. The fox crawled on the tree and realized that the smell was coming from a hole that was not much high. His head went into the hole. After eating the food he tried very hard to pull his head out of the hole. He cried out loudly but to no avail. But he was trapped in the tree hole for days and finally died.
So, knowing the way out is as important as the way in, or even more important. For many who see the magic of the front door and go in, they can't get out later; whether it's habits or relationships. There can be many reasons to go inside. Many of them give only temporary satisfaction. You may be blinded by unexpected receptions in the first moments.
For all the experiences of the places you fall into, there will be undeniable fascination. But slowly it may give way to insecurity and danger. Not all open doors are to opportunity and self-fulfilment. Some of them can be traps and dangers. It would be nice to see if anyone who came in is coming back, and that would be a warning. Careful footsteps are required.
No matter how much you hope to achieve, if you sense danger, you should give up and get out. The way out of it must be known in advance.