deciding to actually try this out has been a learning experience for me. and i've discovered things bt myself tat i haven't b4 - which was pleasantly unexpected, since i've always thot i'm a pretty self-aware person. my body and i have been communicating better since august LOLZ - and i realised to make it thru long-distance running, it's not jus endurance, which surprisingly isn't wat i lack too much, but also other things, like posture and muscle control, which is all the more important when a blob-for-footprint person like me gets it in her head to undertake such activities.
it's also made me a bit more... flexible in re-evaluating decisions tat i've made? or maybe... helped me take a more realistic view of the goals and targets i set for myself - it seems like i've learnt all the more to take things a little easier, a little slower: i can't run the full 10 klicks, but i'm truly halfway there, and eventually i'll prob be able to do all of it, but i dun have to rush myself. sometimes it's also bt the getting there too :) and when one steps back and takes a larger, longer, big-picture view, isn't the world wonderful with all its possibilities spread out in front of u?