Why I Run
Darius Foroux

Thank you for writing about this. I have been running for over two years and find it to be so much more than a fitness session. Though admittedly that’s why I started.

There’s a meditative aspect to it for me too. I would go out with a cloudy or noisy mind only to return completely refreshed and thinking more clearly.

I had a weak knee that soon cleared up once running strengthened my leg.

Running improves my mood and my creative thinking. Writing ideas come to me when I run.

I revisit mistakes and how I could have handled things better.

Running — some of the best medicine around.

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