There are many things that make NYC what it is: a place like no other. Some of them, like Times Square, are very obvious and it’ll be on your face on your first day here. Others, you’ll find with time, and you’ll probably stumble upon them and don’t know how you didn’t see it before.
I was just re-reading More Fire, by Toby Tanser (one big staple in any New York City Runner’s “spotted” list!) and there’s a line on the second page that stayed with me:
Talent does not ensure success; each triumph has to be earned.
I am sure you all know why this line is so powerful… Even if you train for months, you still have to go and get it. Even though we do this all the time, it is still hard. Every time. Your heart really has to be in it.
Then, walking home, I saw this
So true that talent does not equal success — hard work plays a tremendous role! No one picks up a violin and plays like a master, despite talent.
I miss you!!! You are your dream!
thanks sus! miss you too!
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