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Zen and Karma

Yesterday we explored the yin and yang of being fit. The takeaways are vexing. No matter how fit you are, there are always ways to be fitter. That’s the yin and yang effect. We’re always going round in circles. Or, … Continue reading

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The zen of running and riding

By Christopher Cudworth A martial arts student went to his teacher and said earnestly, “I am devoted to studying your martial system. How long will it take me to master it?”   The teacher’s reply was casual, “Ten years.” Impatiently, … Continue reading

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Screaming serenity

As it crept into the vernacular as an enticing notion of mind control, the idea of zen thought has been twisted and turned into just about anything a person wants to call it. The Urban Dictionary defines zen this way:¬†One … Continue reading

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The Zen of making tracks while running and riding

By Christopher Cudworth Many of us track the miles we cover through records in journals, online or through new technology such as Strava or other digital methods. But nothing tracks our existence like the immediacy of our own tracks, left … Continue reading

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