Mo was pondering the differences between christianity and buddhism today and how one finds the right path.
The correct answer, of course, is the daily run. A chance to sort out the day’s thoughts, flush out the toxins, suffer, revitalize and celebrate the day.
At its core, I think religion is a way to find peace with one’s self. And what better way than the daily run?
Dr. Sheehan said it best:
“The runner need not break four minutes in the mile or four hours in the marathon. It is only necessary that he runs and runs and sometimes suffers. Then one day he will wake up and discover that somewhere along the way he has begun to see order and law and love and Truth that makes men free.”