Monday, April 23, 2012

Run for...

Some run to improuve their health. Others, to prove themselves. For them and, sometimes to others.

Always, it requires endurance and persistence.

To go on, when it is becoming difficult.

As the battery of my camera runout of me, I stood there, and it was just near the starting point, in Blackheath, most of those jogging had already difficulty going on. But they did.

On their shirt, often their names and a cause for which they run now. At least that day. Something about they care.

As I looked to their faces, as they run farther, I realised, I could learn from them.

Go on, when the going gets taugh.

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