henry copeland: True words from Jamie Quatro's short story The Sinkhole pllqt.it/j5ScTK
The Writer Runner | Runner's WorldThese early minutes are the gray space, the bland miles I have to run through before the prickling starts and the God rhythms pulse in my heart and I have to trick myself into not listening. My therapist says when this happens, it's the first hit of endorphins. It's not God, it's biology, he says. My therapist is not a runner.