Dec 25, 2009
Personally, I’ve never really needed the changing of the
calendar year as a reason to set and keep a resolution: so any
promises I’m going to make are probably a continuation of what I’ve
been working towards for the past few years; although I do have a
few running-specific resolutions that I’ve set and intend to see
2009 is finally over and 2010 is upon us. The phrase “Out with the old, in with the new” creates images of hope for a new year, where war and violence come to an end, where the hungry are fed, the sick are healed and the global economic crisis is resolved.
Albert Einstein said it best when he said “Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow”. The New Year gives us all a clean slate from which to re-create parts of our live for all the roles we play in life. Here’s a wish that the runners in us, have an injury free, PR setting 2010, and that we all enjoy the happiness of a year in motion.
Happy New Year.