When in doubt, run. Run long, run far, run until you hurt. And then stop. Look up at the sky, look around at the trees, breathe in, breathe out. Remember why you did this before. Remember what it got you through, and how it made you feel. Alive. Remember what you need, and stop keeping it from yourself. Do not go to sleep standing up. Ever again.

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  1. >i like your determination, your resolve. i am envious of your ability to run, and what it does for you. i want to learn from this post. i think i already have.

  2. >Interesting. I spent some of my afternoon on a run yesterday after a family member got me riled (as only they can). It was absolutely cleansing.

  3. >run, forrest, run.



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