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Countdown To The Big RaceErie MarathonSeptember 9th, 2018Thanks for visiting and keep running for your health.
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
Emotional outburst towards self or others is a consequence of our reactions to certain stimuli. It is akin to the physiological aspect of stimulus & response but a bit more involved, given the human psychology & behaviors. And, it starts with … Continue reading
Two-O-two AM, my mom will always remind me on my birthday. You see that is the time of the day when I was born. I have heard her saying it many times and lately I basically tune it out. That … Continue reading
Freedom, while positive in connotation, in extreme is neither comfortable nor productive. Cases in point are prisoners and babies. Neither are the preferred state for any society for sustainable operation. Guarding against the extremes, freedom is checked by the concept … Continue reading
What difference does one (1) second make? Answer: me not accepted into the 2019 Boston Marathon. Got the email from the Boston Athletic Association today. It stated, “Entries in all age groups were accepted through and including those who ran … Continue reading
mental preparation & yoga stretch, no running Preparing for a marathon takes more than just running, even though that is a big part of it. I am getting myself ready for the Erie Marathon by attending to the non-running aspects. … Continue reading
16 miles long run fast finish, sunny & 78 degree. America has lost a good man.
Originally posted on Mindfulbalance:
Acknowledging that there is a groundlessness at the heart of the human condition, or an unsatisfactory element to our experience, is part of most spiritual traditions. As Pema Chodron says: “The truth is that we can…