“All true but seems to somehow undersell what running is really about?” Of course I realise that there are many, many reasons for running and therefore it is perhaps somewhat ‘snobbish’ to ever suggest that most runners are simply missing the point? I am however pretty sad that most runners will never [perhaps at best rarely] experience the real joy of ‘moving to live’.
That is not to say that every run is some kind of spiritual experience [even enjoyable – either during or after]. Far from it. But it does seem that you have to get to a certain place to feel this ‘zone‘?
This morning a 9 mile run [8 with Ellie, and Lailla] with Andre then another 4 miles after work. Feel like I am being so lazy though.
TDC 677 days 7490 miles