A Runner's Thoughts: May your run, your walk, your movement through life today take you into the heart of God and may it be a run, a walk, a movement through life of hope!
A Runner’s Thoughts: “Shift from thinking to feeling–feel yourself accomplishing your goal. Take that feeling out of your head and put it into your heart. Embrace it as the reality.” (Erin Taylor) So to in the spiritual life…Take your faith out of your head and put it in your heart!
A Runner's Thoughts: “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.” (Arthur Blank) So to in the spiritual life…
A Runner's Thoughts: A runner who embarks on the journey of prayer and running can expect surprises, missteps, and perhaps great leaps toward a relationship with God!
A Runner's Thoughts: Make your run, walk or movement through life a meditation today, flush the mind and open the heart and know God is with you!
A Runner's Thought: Run today with imagination so that each stride brings you closer the wonder of God's presence in your life.
A Runner's Thoughts: God does not wait at the finish line; God is constantly with us in all things and all people. As we run, as we live, our task is simply to recognize that fact and hold it with us!
A Runner’s Thoughts: “As a runner, you have to face the truth about yourself on a regular basis, and it makes you more honest. You can't pretend to be faster than you are. You can't pretend that you are better prepared than you are. You cannot pretend to be a runner, you actually have to run.” (John Bingham) So to in the spiritual life… You cannot pretend to be a person of faith, you actually have to live your faith!
A Runner's Thoughts: Our journey through life, like our running, walking or other ways of movement contains elements of challenge, difficulty, and pain...Our journey through life like our running, walking and other ways of movement can hurt, wound and calls on us to rise above conditions that seem beyond what we are capable of doing!
A Runner's Thoughts: When you run, walk or move through life another way be a pilgrim. As you move through life search for God in the ordinary. It is not a pilgrimage to some place special. Your run, walk or movement may be nothing more than a trip around the neighborhood but if your intention is to talk with God, then you are a pilgrim!