to all the cat hugger lovers…who also love to run http://youtu.be/sP4NMoJcFd4
You can measure distance by time.
“How far away is that place?”
“About 20 minutes.” But it doesn’t work the other way.
“When do you get off work?”
“Around 3 miles.”
All fathers are intimidating. They’re intimidating because they are fathers. Once a man has children, for the rest of his life, his attitude is, “To hell with the world, I can make my own people. I’ll eat whenever I want, I’ll wear whatever I want, and I’ll create whoever I want.”
You know you’re getting old when you get that one candle on the cake. It’s like, “See if you can blow this out.”
Running can teach us to define our best as our best instead of the best; not as the best of all time but just our best, and more important, as our best for today. Running can teach us to stop keeping score and start keeping track to move from comparison to compassion, and from competition to cooperation. Your best is not some static state. Your best is fluid and changing every day. And your best isn’t always better than what it was. Sometimes, your best isn’t even close to your “best” best.
You learn to live with the gradual and dramatic shifts in your abilities as a runner. Your legs, lungs, and heart are not factors that you can control, but rather elements that you must consider. You learn that the most important skill is the ability to assess what your best can do and will be at any given moment. You learn, too, that your best or anyone’s best is really no more than a snapshot in your life.
When you stop keeping score, you discover that your worst, like your best, lasts only an instant. Your best and your worst occur in the here and now, and are then gone forever. Running can teach you how to let go of your worst moments while clinging to your best. If you can learn to accept how ephemeral your best is, you can accept the same about your worst. If you can accept that your best will pass you by very quickly, you can accept that your worst will pass by with the same speed. By giving up on keeping score, you can come to see both your best and worst as points on a map. They become mileposts in your journey. Nothing more.
– John Bingham
Another attempt with GarageBand because of its simplicity; despite its limitations. Someday i’ll use AudioMulch for precise blending and other fun stuff. But I wanted to get this out of my system sooner than later. It’s not every day you feel sentimental for every little thing… and as a result of that curse/awakening, it’s finally time to make several life style changes. One of them being a redefinition of love (when applied to the self). There are so many love songs out there, from the moment of love at first sight to the pathetic acoustic moments when they’ve already walked out of the room… damn. I don’t know how to say this next part without sounding extra cheesy – it’s those seemingly lonely experiences where you start to bother/reflect/love yourself! Hence, why i’ve started up this podcast thing… hehe. It has to be one of the greatest eye-opening relationship that exists. note: You can definitely screw yourself over, but at least the forgiving part comes easier.
Hello there. Thanks for taking an interest in my first public podcast. Please don’t listen too hard because it wasn’t made with Serato and all that jazz.. it was made with GarageBand, frustration, amazement, and curiosity in 2 days. So, volume levels may jump and falter – the blending sucks – curse words were not edited out – and the quality of the songs were the best i could jack from the internet. But it’s meant to be fun, enjoyable, and relaxing just for you!
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