In the end, when all is said and done, when I have no more races to run or patients to heal, when I have no more breaths to inspire and no more sights to behold, let it be spoken that I was never afraid to open the door.
We only have one go around this world.
Opportunities come, and then fade away. Desires burn, then flicker out. We are beautiful when young, then wrinkle and sag when old.
If you don't look on the other side of the door, you'll never know what could have been. I want to look. I need to look. I have to look.
That is why I'm running 26.2 miles tomorrow. I have to look.