If someone put in front of you a mirror today that reflected everything you have presumably become to the world. What would you do?
Would you buckle up and sprint in the other direction or would you continue to stare until what you see standing in front of you would dissolve into nothingness leaving behind mere fragments of someone you used to know.
Running is easy, convenient and simple. But every once in a while you need to take a break, face this mirror, look ahead at the road and ask yourself, “How long can I run?”
You need to take a breath and look back at the road to what was left behind, what was missed and what is now long gone.
Then sometimes at a one of rare occasion looking at that mirror, catching your breath and tying those shoe laces to get set go, you need to look inside deep into the core and ask yourself before you sprint, “How far will I run?”