Monthly Archives: August 2014

My Laid-Back Color Run

“After all, I don’t see why I am always asking for private, individual, selfish miracles when every year there are miracles like white dogwood.” – Anne Morrow Lindbergh A couple of years ago I volunteered to work at the Color … Continue reading

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Magical Places

Originally posted on Girl Runs Wild:
Running has taken me in and continues to comfort, heal, and challenge me in all kinds of magical ways. I am not a good runner because I am me, I am a good me…

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Amazing forgiveness

Originally posted on Trucker Turning Write:
“What mercy can there be for me, a wretch?” Those words were uttered by an athiest onboard a sailing ship in 1748. The ship was being ripped to shreds by a north Atlantic storm.…

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The Sanctity of Sweat

“My fitness program was never a fitness program. It was a campaign, a revolution, a conversion. I was determined to find myself, and in the process found my body and the soul that went with it.” – George Sheehan I … Continue reading

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Spirituality Running on The Beach

“If you live on the edge of an enormous mountain or an enormous body of water, it’s harder to think of yourself as being so important. That seems useful to me, spiritually.” – Heather McHugh After 200+ posts it seems … Continue reading

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“This, Above All. . .”

Originally posted on quotes4keep:
? All copyrights reserved. ? “This above all: to thine own self be true.” William Shakespeare (Act I, Scene III)

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It’s Not Your Fault

“It’s not your fault.” Sean Maguire (Robin Williams) to Will Hunting (Matt Damon) in Good Will Hunting It’s not your fault. We love you and miss you, Robin. Your spirit will live forever.

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