Super Typhoon Haiyan recently hit central Philippines leaving thousands dead, with thousands more injured & missing, not to mention close to half a million shelters rendered damaged and uninhabitable.To help in the ongoing relief efforts, in cooperation with The Weeple Army, we will run along the …
Running unites us and brings us together because, in the words of the great Bill Rodgers, “We sweat the same. We struggle the same.” Running is a simple, primitive act, and therein lays its power. For it is one of the few commonalities left between us as a human race. Toeing the starting line of a marathon, regardless of the language you speak, the God you worship or the color of your skin, we all stand as equal. Perhaps the world would be a better place if more people ran.
Dean Karnazes, Why Running Matters, Runner’s World.com