Thursday, April 18, 2013

Keep Running.

I am grateful running can be a constant in my life. Even through the not so great runs and the runs where I feel on top of the world...running is always there for me--like a friend waiting with open arms. Amidst the darkness and things I can't understand...amidst joy and inner peace...running brings a sense of balance, strength, hope, and gratitude to my life.

This week I have been reminded to experience every run with all my heart. I run for those who can't. I run because I can. I run with a running community that is stronger, more passionate, more resilient,  and more amazing than I even have the words to describe.

Today and always...I choose to keep running. 


11 comments:

  1. Great post! I definitely find myself thinking about family/fellow runners more during this time.

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  2. Julia, so glad to see you are back! Agree with every word of this post.

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  3. Yes! I'm happy you're back too! :) I had such a great run on Tuesday! I kept thinking about how running heals and will continue to heal!

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  4. I love the first paragraph of this post, that is SO TRUE!
    Oh and love your head light, very snazzy! lol

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  5. It's amazing and heartwarming how runners have banded together. Yes, keep running. :)

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  6. Love this, very simply and perfectly put. Run on my friend!

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  7. I love the reminder to experience every run with my heart. Something I will keep in mind on my running journey now. Thank you Julia, and welcome back sweet friend :)

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  8. "This week I have been reminded to experience every run with all my heart. I run for those who can't. I run because I can. I run with a running community that is stronger, more passionate, more resilient, and more amazing than I even have the words to describe." Beautifully said, Julia, and reminds me of so many reasons I run - and hope to be back at it soon!

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