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 How To Save Earth.
How To Save Earth.

One of the best things that happen to me while running except of course staying fit and healthy on a physical level is that I manage to log on into a host of knowledge that I never thought existed. Running for me is like meditation for others. A few minutes into the activity and I am gone, I am in my little Zen land lost in my creative and active thinking process and leaving behind stress and anxiety of everyday life and worries of if’s. A very beautiful book I read recently which incorporate Zen teachings and paradigms in our everyday life and also in our creative and artistic life is Koan Kreativity: Using Ancient Wisdom to Inspire Modern Creativity by Tim Ljunggren

Last Saturday I had my long run; I run nearly 30km, it’s part of my 50k training that will be held 20 of May and is organized by Cyprus Ultra. I was running for about 4 hours give and take and that’s a lot of Meditation if you ask me (smile).

More at: http://thirsty4health.com/save-earth/



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