… And the going gets tough.
You wish you could just give up and let the load off your shoulders.
And then you look back how far you have come.
You think to yourself, do I still go on or do I just let go and embrace the freedom of not having the load?
I’m strong, but I’m tired.
In a long distance race, everyone gets tired.
The winner is the runner who figures out where to put the tired, figures out how to store it away until after the race is over.
Sure, he is tired. Everyone is. That is not the point. The point is to run.
It is okay to be tired. Rest, walk, drink water, sleep, take a break, but don’t give up.
Learn to rest, not give up.