Monthly Archives: June 2019

THE RACE OF A LIFETIME (WEEK 48)

Keep pace and run your race

This week’s post is a catch-up post on last week’s, which I missed. I will, therefore, write another in the middle of the week to keep pace with these outputs. Well, it is important to “keep pace” as long as you are running your race and functioning within your God-given Grace. Keeping pace just to […]

THE RACE OF A LIFETIME (WEEK 47)

Inspire a generation

I got a Father’s Day card yesterday and a box of gifts (all these on top of a delicious German toast, hot coffee and ‘jolly good fellow’ chorus). In the card, my children and dear wife had written some nice words, all very touching. My daughter, Destiny, in her note, had made reference to the […]

THE RACE OF A LIFETIME (WEEK 45)

I hinted the other day that I adopted a run-walk strategy to my marathon race. I had to make this switch about six weeks to race day and settle my mind on the idea. Upon research, I found that the run-walk approach was popular amongst runners. Contrary to impressions one may have, it is not […]

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