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Marathon Training 67 min (7 mi incl 8 hill repeats), warm & 72 degree It Is My Life “Life is not fair,” I learned that fact long time ago. Money buys convenience if you’re rich. It’s not what you … Continue reading
Between what we want and what we have, there is a gap. Reasonable people work on closing that gap. But problem arises when we get emotional. Don’t want to get old, be lonely, and say goodbye are examples of illusive … Continue reading
We are accustomed to routines. Take the same path to our familiar places (work, school, stores) are normal. That’s why we have routines, so we can be more efficient and potentially more effective with our lives. Case in point is … Continue reading
What’s between one’s heart and mind? Literally, about a foot. But in my case, they are a world apart. You see. I am, or was, a big fan of the mind. Rene Descartes’ “I think, therefore I am” had been … Continue reading