Monday, March 20, 2017


photo by breakmake

Kenya's Elisha Barno won the men's L.A. Marathon yesterday, with an expert time of 2:11:51.   At less than 3 miles to finish, when lead runner Daniel Limo began to pull ahead Barno told himself 'Let him go.'   However, Barno's heart told him different, and he battled back to win.   " 'There was a lot of pain, but I had to stay patient and I had to keep pushing,' Bruno said."     news  

Principle in the type:  "It is when things go hardest, when life becomes most trying, that there is the greatest need for having a fixed goal, for having an air castle that the outside world cannot wreck.  When few comforts come from without, it is all the more necessary to have a fount to draw from within.  And the man or woman who has a star toward which to press cannot be thrown off the course, no matter how the world may try, no matter how far things seem to be wrong.”     B.C. Forbes  

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