Nothing is Real
Published (updated: ) in Life, Running.
This is a refrain I jokingly toss around, especially lately. COVID-19 is tearing through America, billionaires have made more billions during this horrible pandemic, sports leagues think they’ll play this fall, and like.. I don’t know, nothing seems real.
This lightens the load a bit with work, with finances, with everything else in life. If nothing is real, what matters?
Of course, the opposite is true. Everything is real. The tension, the uncertainty, the loss; everything we’re feeling is very real.
Being present helps. Being in the moment, in the now, absolutely helps. The whole “just mediate 10 minutes a day” thing is very real.
Counting your breaths and being very present on an hour and a half run helps, too.