Far be it from me –

The loneliness of the long distance runner

on June 1, 2015


This post is dedicated to all those people who love their work, are perfectionists.. It is also dedicated to all those that will make them rethink their priorities in life. It is a translation from a blog I read in Greek. I did my best to translate it as close
as possible to English..  Listen to this and continue reading ..  

We do not live, we run.

We run, something to catch, something to do, someone to see, something to pay, something to hear, something to learn, something to read, something.

From the moment we open our eyes until we close them, we run.

Even during the moments that we rest, even during our leisure time, even then, we have to do something.

‘What are you doing?’


(This is the most worrying answer)

‘What are you doing?’

‘I run’

(This is the most common answer)

If you stay for…

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