Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Your soul thrives on silence. From deep inside, you recive your most certain guidance and instruction. In silence, you are without distractions. This is why we fear silence-we fear its power. Enjoy quiet meditation today.
Rocky after a good hard run.


Paul said...

Hey! That looks like me after a good hard run!!!

Good luck and have fun on the PCT, and as a parent of young children, I have to say THANKS for sharing your adventures with the "youtz" of today, they need a good example of healthy activity.

Anonymous said...

I know people who maintain a nonstop barrage of noise in their lives. They thrive on chaos and are lost without a crisis to proclaim. Crisis and the attention they get make them feel important.

These people are afraid of silence. They are afraid of what they will discover about themselves. Instead, they hide behind the crisis du jour.

Travis said...

Rocky looks great!! My dog Augie has the same look after a good run. I hope all is going well and I look forward to following the PCT adventure!

Anonymous said...

Catra, How many miles do you think Rocky has in his legs?


Catra said...

Hey Paul-
Thanks for the comments.
I'm going to have fun.

Catra said...

Hey Anon-
I believe silence is good. I use to practice a day of silence at least 4 times a year.
I need to get back in the habit of doing it again.
I do practice 6 hours of silence at a time once a month when I'm out alone on a run.

Catra said...

Hey Travis thanks for the post. Everything is coming together still waiting on one of Juliens packages of food to arrive.

Catra said...

Rocky has gone on a 13 miler before with my X-husband. I was running 40 and they did 13 miles. Rocky ran a lot of it.
He's good for 6 hilly miles and 8 flat.

Bob Gentile said...

Best wishes on your PCT, sounds so awesome....have to put something like that on my future GOALS List :-)

Look forward to following ur journey on that blog link below!