How soon one forgets what it is to run.
Not run to get someplace, definitely not running to catch a train.
Not run a race, competing with your friends, crying when someone else gets the medal.
Not run to keep fit – ‘fifteen minutes, 76 calories, that should take care of the glass of champagne I should not have had last night.’
Just running; for the sheer joy of running!
Children do it all the time – wind in their hair, smiles on the faces, sheer joy in every uncoordinated limb.
Does becoming an adult mean you have to forget childhood pleasures?
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