Tag Archives: The Right Kind of Pride

Menstruation chronicles

As a young runner living in the City of Chicago during the early 1980s, I met a woman through track workouts at the downtown Northwestern University cinder track next to Lake Shore Drive. After scoping her out the entire workout, … Continue reading

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Loss is what we’re ultimately founded upon

Tomorrow night I’ll be speaking at our church on the topic of loss. The foundation of the talk will come from the book I’ve written titled The Right Kind of Pride. The book addresses dealing with loss in a positive … Continue reading

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A personal testimonial for FitnessSingles.com

Readers of this blog know a bit about my personal history. More than they’d sometimes like to know perhaps. That’s a blog for you. But I just finished writing a testimonial to FitnessSingles.com where I met my girlfriend Sue. I … Continue reading

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Parallel journeys and new dimensions

Today’s blog on We Run and Ride relates to author Christopher Cudworth’s book The Right Kind of Pride, an inspiration book about his wife’s 8 year journey through ovarian cancer survivorship and the character, caregiving and community that supported them. The book is featured in … Continue reading

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Mortal soles and immortal souls

While driving from Batavia, Illinois to Decorah, Iowa for a reunion at Luther College this past weekend, I performed a little math in my head. In a way I’ve always loved numbers, but adding them up in my head is has … Continue reading

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Time as measured by pumpkins and apple cider donuts

By Christopher Cudworth There was a moment in the mid-season finale of the Starz series The Outlander in which the main character Claire Randall Beecham Frazier (you’ll have to watch to understand) approaches a set of stones on the hill of Craigh … Continue reading

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From We Run and Ride to The Right Kind of Pride

By Christopher Cudworth Today’s blog represents the 555th blog post or so on this website. It goes without saying this is a labor of love, and your readership is appreciated. We Run and Ride started with a discussion with my friend … Continue reading

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Excerpt from my upcoming book “The Right Kind of Pride”

By Christopher Cudworth If you ask someone why they run and ride, they’ll often tell you that it helps them stay fit and keep mentally healthy. Those priorities and benefits are exaggerated when you find yourself in a stressful situation … Continue reading

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