How To Run Without Getting Exhausted By Setting Goals

This is about running, but it’s much more than that. Running is putting on a pair of jogging shoes and pounding the pavement. What it does once getting into the “flow,” is it slows down and encapsulates the surroundings and life, in a single trot around the park.

As a new day unfolds, what’s lurking from the past in the remnants of memories, are ghosts of the present, as I waver back and forth, uncertain. I tether between anger and relaxation, stress and anxiety, sad and happiness, and then relief. …

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