Thursday, October 22, 2009

Running and Oblivion

This evening was provided another glorious landscape for my run. I have been on autopilot during these excursions. The past two runs haven't been over three miles but they are long enough to get me moving but not so long to run down my recovering system. Mia enjoyed the run too. Movement is a healthy mindset. It has a way of cleaning out the cobwebs with one swift breeze. I am glad I have the run to connect with my self and my God. It has become a time for prayer on an unconscious level. It begins and continues beckoning my attention from stress and anger and disappointment. Like a vacuum blowing negativity into oblivion. I can't change everything I can't change most things but I can run and establish my own parameters of success. That's the Sweet Life.

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