Day 34: Impossible Becomes Inevitable. Utpal’s blog

Over the past few days Andrea’s mileage has spiked. Consistently in the 70 – 71 mile range it has gone up to two days in a row of 76 miles. “Yes it is a big jump. I guess I am losing quite a bit of weight. So I am getting lighter and lighter. I feel it helps somehow.” To read more, please follow the link

Day 33: Always Do My Best. Utpal’s blog

“The first time I came to the race was 2005, but I came to the 700 mile race in 1999 or 2000.” Ananda-Lahari describes his immersion in multi day running not unlike diving into the deep end of a pool when you have barely learned how to swim. To read more, please follow the link

Day 32: To Have Peace. Utpal’s blog

“Running has been important to me my whole life. But when I became a student of Sri Chinmoy it seemed running was very important to follow this path.” “Running became even more important when I started running long distance.” To read more, please follow the link

Day 31: New Goal In My Life. Utpal’s blog

” When I look at it from the stand point of that it took 26 days to complete half way It feels that it has passed so quickly. But when I look closely at each day, the day feels like a whole month or even a year.” “Back in my university days my aim was to be selected to be a member of a team which competes in the Hakone Ekiden.( very popular relay marathon competition.) “But I was not selected. I was so beaten by that fact that I stopped running altogether.” To read more, please follow the link

Day 30: Live In The Moment. Utpal’s blog

“I feel so much warmth here and the people are so nice.” “I qualified for the race and was invited.” To read more, please follow the link

Day 29: I Chose To Be Here. Utpal’s blog

“It definitely works it just depends on how totally sincerely you can do it.” A week ago Harita started having some problems with a sore Achilles and I had heard that one of her solutions was to treat the issue with normal therapies but as well focus on her happiness. “Sri Chinmoy gave a lot of importance to the quality of happiness” Harita adds that she grew up in a family that strongly supported optimism and happiness.” To read more, please follow the link

Day 28: Dare To Try. Utpal’s blog

“There is always something to learn, but I believe people need to be interested or have a connection to what they are watching.” Stutisheel was referring to the possibility of people who are observing this race from far and wide can learn something about themselves and be inspired. “It is such an unfathomable race, an unfathomable inner journey. Of endurance, of coping with challenges, and of staying positive no matter what comes.” To read more, please follow the link

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