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Sunday, February 6, 2011

Why?

I don’t know. I’ve been musing with the idea for quite some time now and suddenly felt the urge to finally do it.

Call it enlightenment, message from God (or someone equally distinguished as Kurt Vonnegut adequately put it) or whatever else – I just suddenly knew I can and, most importantly, I want to do it badly.

Actually, I have also got my own, deeper reasons that involve self-development in John Eldredge sort of way and other personal stuff but who cares about it anyway, right?

9 comments:

  1. This guy - from Finland is a marathon runner who ran the camino - between 50 and 80kms per day from St Jean in May 2008.
    http://jannekankaansyrja.blogspot.com/2008/05/grande-finale-melide-santiago-de_21.html

    This priest ran most of it barefoot:
    http://www.amadopicardal.blogspot.com

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  2. Cool, thanks! So that settles it - I can't google ;)

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  3. I'll keep my fingers crossed!

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  4. Ooooh the Doom!!!

    It's right over that middle-age crisis of yours, isn't it?

    Best of luck :)

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  5. I wanted to ask - what is you running career? You were some kind of famous athlete between your classmates in school? Or you just found this calling in your middleages ?

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  6. The latter. I never considered myself an "athlete", although I practiced orienteering for quite some time, then there was 10+ years of squash (still is - I love that sport). I took up serious running only in recent couple of years.

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