Searching for the New York City filming locations of The Warriors - Part 2 coming tomorrow!
The New York Knicks before Game Two of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals against the Boston Celtics in the 2013 NBA Playoffs on April 23, 2013 at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
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Run tomorrow. And the next day. And the next.
Run for love and life and passion. I don’t care if you hate running and think it is the stupidest thing on planet earth. Just run. Because you are alive.
Then, run a race. You can walk 5K. Do it because you can. Find a race near you in the next week or three and pin on that number and run.
Tell others you are running. Ask them to join. Run for health and better living. Run because right now there is someone who wants to but literally cannot. Run to feel better physically and mentally
Run to show the violent that there are not enough bombs in the world to stop you. Run to remember those killed today, and to show those injured that you will not forget them. Run to show the bombers that they will never win. Ever.
Run for Boston.
Dean Karnazes (1962-) is an American ultramarathon runner, author and was named one of the world’s top 100 most influential people by Time magazine in 2006. At the age of 30, he realized he hated his corporate job and quit to pursue his true passion of running. Karnazes hasn’t looked back since, becoming the world’s most recognised ultramarathon runner, raising money for charities through his races and inspiring others to overcome adversity. (x)
What a boss.
YES YES THIS YES.
Just because life is easy doesn’t mean it’s enjoyable.
I don’t usually reblog things. But his book is one of the main reasons I started running. I cannot agree any more with his words I wish to one day meet him.
If I didn’t want to run before, I do now.
And this is exactly why I want to be running ultramarathons by age 55.
“We’ve never lost an American in space, we’re sure as hell not gonna lose one on my watch! Failure is not an option. “