getting back into running, well plodding, again
this is a picture of a gift. I typed gift into google and copied the image and pasted it here. Yogi sent me some of his thoughts on why the metzora shouts out "tamei, tamei", twice, and he inspired me to also write down a thought on the parsha. So thank you Yoav. A few … Continue reading A thought on parshas Metzora because Yogi inspired me – Its all a gift
Ok so last week i started running again and I would like to run everyday, but i am rather overweight, I have very flat feet, and have had injury issues on my plantar and ankles, alongside shin splints in the past, so I'm worried about causing injury again. And so I'm planning to run 3 … Continue reading What to do when not running?
Shabbos Hagadol, the BIG shabbos, is the shabbos before Pesach. So called according to many, after the original shabbos before Pesach, which happened to be the tenth of Nissan that year, when each household took a sheep, and tied it to their beds, and when asked by their Egyptians neighbours why they were doing that … Continue reading The Big Shabbos in our small home
Did you feel the buzz? Here in Israel everyone was talking about it, sharing links to the live video, creating memes, the excitement was building and building. From a few weeks ago the papers started with their lead stories on the Israeli moon landing, and today was finally the day. Tiny Israel was going to … Continue reading Searching for chametz on the moon
You never know where things will lead, and the chances are you never will, but great things are always happening behind the scenes whether it is revealed to us or not. Sometimes when we are allowed an all too rare glimpse into the significance of our mundane day to day lives we can taste real … Continue reading You don’t know…
Ever have those crappy runs? You feel heavy, slow, you begin to hurt in strange ways in strange places, not sure if carrying on will result in an injury, or if you can just make it to the next lampost you might be able to get into a groove? But when you reach the lampost … Continue reading “Whether you think you can, or whether you think you can’t, you’re right.”
what kind of runner are you?
Running is a pretty solitary pursuit, and that's just the way I like it, most of the time. No light chatter, no deep conversations, and definitely no music. Just me and my thoughts - and many times my Creator as well. I can really clear my head, think things through, or just simply zone out … Continue reading Alone together
do one more great thing today
8 week 10km race training plan