I run because it’s so symbolic of life. You have to drive yourself to overcome the obstacles. You might feel that you can’t. But then you find your inner strength, and realize you’re capable of so much more than you thought.
Zoe Koplowitz, marathon runner who is afflicted with multiple sclerosis and diabetes
Ever since I began running when I was thirteen, there was a palpable difference between the days I ran and those I didn’t: My running days had more significance. Missing a day wasn’t a major tragedy or anything - sometimes you can’t help it or you just don’t feel like it. A day I didn’t run was just a day without a bonus, a bonus that enriched my life in so many ways
Experience running. There are amazing things that happen when you run. Make sure that you take the time to recognize and appreciate them
Running has taught me that we are capable of doing more than we ever imagined, that we can overcome huge obstacles, and that consistency pays off! Running is my sanity and my sanctuary.