Great Running Quote!

I added this to my title, but in case you missed it----

"Running isn't about how far you go, but how far you've come."
-- Bart Yasso


Good to remember. What's your favorite running quote?

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That is a great quote! One that reminds me of you, Donna, is the quote from Eric Liddell in "Chariots of Fire": "I believe God made me for a purpose, but he also made me fast. And when I run I feel His pleasure."

When I run, I often think of a poem I love called, "Lilacs in September", by Katha Pollitt (you can google it if you want to see the poem). It ends with a question: "What will unlease itself in you when your storm comes?"
Garrr! Correct quote: "What will UNLEASH itself in you when your storm comes?"
RunnerMom said…
Thanks for the two quotes!

Sigh. I WISH God had made me fast. He just made me regular. :-)

The Lilacs in Sept. quote reminds me of the one I added to my profile---"It's never too late to be what you might have been" by George Eliot.
Angie said…
"It's not that you finish, it's that you had the courage to start." Or something like that....