Every run is different

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“You could not step twice into the same river,” Greek philosopher Heraclitus once said.

Well, Heraclitus, you can’t run the same path twice either.

This year I’ve run more than 1,000 miles, most of them at Woodward Park, and discovered that no two runs — or miles — are ever the same.

I guess I’m writing this in response to everyone who has asked me, “Don’t you get bored?” when I tell people that I run four days a week. Nope, I don’t. It’s impossible to be bored when the terrain, the people, the weather, the conversation, and the way I feel after a run is constantly changing...

 

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