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Running into the Dark

 

Ragnar Trail Run.


Northwoods of Wisconsin.

Requires running into the dark.


Head down, heart racing, following a path into the unknown, in fear, to the things ahead I cannot see...

 

Falling. Bruises, cuts and scrapes. Aches and pains. Struggling. Continuing the race, broken and tired. But fighting until it is finished.

 

I think this is the metaphor of my life.

After the loss of a child, life is certainly a struggle. I recognize and honor that truth. And it is ok to struggle. But you have a choice every day to fight for more. In truth, that is not easy. But it is possible.


You can either let fear of the unknown slip into every other part of your life, inhibiting you from truly enjoying it. Or you can battle and fight, start to stretch yourself, take risks (even with fear, not knowing the outcome) and still fully experience the beauty left in this life.


After the loss of Ari, the things I once feared and thought that if attempted I would surely fail, I have conquered. I have grown to love a challenge. I have grown to love life!


I am in search of fully experiencing everything. And it has been placed on my heart to help other bereaved parents do the same.


Fear sometimes allows you to experience something you otherwise wouldn't.

 

Running into the dark.

 

Head down, heart racing, following a path into the unknown, in fear, to the things ahead I cannot see...

 

Falling. Bruises, cuts and scrapes. Aches and pains. Struggling. Continuing the race, broken and tired. But fighting until it is finished.

 

Empowering.


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