Runners feel a connection to one another, a bond formed with mutual respect.
And yet, running is deeply personal, reminding us of our earliest days, when we could find simple joy in fresh air, and excitement in the rhythm of our movement.
But running isn’t just child’s play. It can be a weapon against our deepest fears, giving us a means to fight our apprehension and doubt. We battle negative voices, and we overcome them.
In the process, we learn a lot about ourselves, realizing we’re capable of more than we thought we were.