Runner's World (UK) - - Human Race -

…you’ve lost your touch when your idea of a chat-up line is ex­plain­ing that Sau­cony comes from the Lenni Le­nape Na­tive Amer­i­can word ‘saconk’, mean­ing ‘where two rivers run to­gether’. Then you say, ‘Per­haps we can be two rivers…’

…you’ve lost per­spec­tive when, while in­jured, you see a small child run­ning glee­fully in the park and you won­der how far your crutch will reach.

…your coach has come to mean too much to you when he says ‘Pain is weak­ness leav­ing the body’ and your first thought isn’t ‘But what if it stays?’

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