Thursday, October 9, 2014
Someone said that they try not to get attached to the outcome. I like that thought. I run a race each year and when I finish I am unhappy with the outcome. I fail to see all the good of the event. I have the health to run. The day was beautiful. I see friends afterwards. I enjoy a post race meal. If the outcome is everything, then I might miss all the good and valuable things about an endeavor. I am going to try to think "enjoy" instead of "produce" or "perform" or "impress." Who is really watching? My gosh! You mean no one is thinking about me as the center of their universe?