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Day 142 – Exhausted

Day 142 – Exhausted

Last night I spoke with my friend who is visiting Greece, I thought it was 12:30 PM but my laptop was actually an hour behind. I went to bed at 1:30 AM and woke up at 6 AM. As a result I skipped showering, especially since I showered last night. In the morning I also...

Day 137 through 141 – Good Signals

Day 137 through 141 – Good Signals

On Friday I woke up at 7 AM, I was going to get picked up at 8 AM and get my work car from where it was parked. I ended up getting picked up at 8:45 PM or so, by my supervisor. Then we got my work car which was in super great condition. I met up with my trainer at a...

Day 136 – Work

Today I woke up at 5 AM, showered, and meditated for 21 minutes. Then I read a bit of a book on yoga, as well as one paragraph from my Native American book. Afterwards I headed to work, to the place I'm training at. I was due there at 7 AM. After parking I played the...

Day 133 Through Day 135 – Learning from Others

Day 133 Through Day 135 – Learning from Others

The Day Prior On Sunday, throughout Monday morning, I stayed up if I remember correctly, speaking with a friend I hadn't spoken to in a while that I met on a bus ride from Georgia to Virginia a long time ago. I think I fell asleep around 4:30 AM unfortunately, we...

Day 129 – Learning About Yoga

Day 129 – Learning About Yoga

Last night I had a hard time falling asleep. I woke up to a text from my roommate, asking me if I can take him to work again. I agreed and said to wake me up in half an hour, to which he responded that he goes to work at 12, meaning that I could sleep in for an hour...

Day 128 – I Put Running on the Back-Burner

Day 128 – I Put Running on the Back-Burner

Today, while waking up from an accidentally 3 hour long nap, I realized that I am going to be putting running on the back-burner. My back discomfort has shot up in the past week and a half since I've been running. It's clear to me that this is where the pain comes...

Aristotle said “we are what we habitually do”.  If something is important, you must do it every day.  If you say, “I will take some time next year and do that” – you will never do it.  If something is important and will be part of our legacy it needs to be done every day and become routine.”

“Don’t let your imagination be crushed by life as a whole. Don’t try to picture everything bad that could possibly happen. Stick with the situation at hand, and ask, “Why is this so unbearable? Why can’t I endure it?”

“Carpe Diem. Momento Mori.”  Seize the day. Remember we must die.