When you fall flat on your face, what do you do?
With commentary (I found this version most moving):
What Life is about.
As the Buddhists say, If you lose your mind, come back.
I’ve failed. I’ve struggled. So have you. The question isn’t perfection, the answer isn’t success. The question is perseverance, and the answer is determination.
Heather Dorniden of the University of Minnesota races the 600m at the Big 10 Indoor Track Championships. She reminds what a race really is about. What life is really about. We will fall. We can rise.
Read more: Videos – The Race http://www.runnerspace.com/video.php?video_id=64548#ixzz27MVDMtAg
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