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dream chaser

when i woke up this morning, i was tired. too tired to be exact. i didn't even run the previous night. actually, i feel more energized the day after i run :) i don't know if work has been too tiresome or what, but there, i was tired then all of a sudden, as i was browsing over my emails, i was able to find this quote from Bill Rodgers.


"To be a consistent winner means preparing not just one day, one month, or even one year—but for a lifetime."


this quote actually made me realize (again) that everything we do is connected. and that, we have to be focused on our goal. actually, i've been trying to find out stuff about me, like what do i REALLY want to do, etc. pero with all the hullabaloo that's been happening with work, it seems like everything is still a blur. I like what I do, but do I really want to be here? is this really what i was meant to do, or was this something i am forcing myself to do?

life wasn't as "complicated" as before, right? so why are things complicated now? am i complicating things?

i guess these thoughts would eventually clear up. maybe i just need to run a little bit more :)

to end this, i'd like to share another quote


"Have a dream, make a plan, go for it. You'll get there, I promise."

Zoe Koplowitz, Achilles Track Club member with multiple sclerosis



(now i have to find that dream)

Comments

  1. maybe you're just over analyzing it manager. Let things flow. And always pray and seek His will and guidance and all will be well.

    ganito, hanapan mo nalang kami ng show ni argo, hehe! =)

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  2. aww thanks hotlegs :)

    baka nga, mahilig akong mag analyze eh :) sometimes over analysis ang lumalabas tuloy hehehe

    with regards to the show, wala pa nga akong video na nakita sa unang tandem performance nyo eh :) wahahaha

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