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Embrace those parts of yourself that you've skillfully avoided until now. That's your true adventure.

Each of us has our definition of adventure: ending an unsatisfying
relationship, returning to school, parachute jumping or training for a
marathon. Go ahead. Get your thrill on.

Adventure, opportunity and reward extend beyond our field of vision, and are made known to us only when we test our wings.

Feeling lonely? Wish you had a special someone to help fill the void? Reconsider your definition of romance, reconnect to your passions and be swept away.

You don’t have to spend a lot of money to feel like a million. A good night’s sleep, a quiet walk by the river or a hug from a favorite person will do the trick.

The next time someone tries to make you feel bad about feeling good,
respond by continuing to live well.

Practice makes comfort. Expand your experiences regularly
so every stretch won’t feel like your first.

One of the best kinds of thrill is defining, honoring, and achieving our goals.

Take time for yourself. If you feel guilty eating lunch away from your
desk or lingering in a bath, let the deprogramming begin.

To believe that we can have what we want is an act of trust – not only of others but also, ourselves.

The best way to teach is how you live your life.

Follow your heart. Then root its longing with the facts.

We can’t script every detail of our lives. But we can solve the riddle
of fulfillment when we plan ahead while simultaneously embracing
the surprises of each moment.

Avoid the temptation to force a moment so you won’t miss the one with your name on it.

Life only plants the seeds. It’s up to us to help them grow.

The study book for life’s tests is the whole of our experience. Though we may
feel unprepared, tests appear only when we are truly ready to ace them.

Much of what we acquire in life isn’t worth dragging to the next leg of our
journey. Travel light. You will be better equipped to travel far.

Stand up for yourself by not standing yourself up.

It is not so much the grand dramas of our lives that transform us as it is
the tiny one-acts we produce in between.

When actors encounter a mishap during a stage performance,
they transform it for good purpose by employing a technique called,
“use the difficulty.” How can you “use the difficulty” in your life?

Treasure yourself for being, not doing.

The goal of this book is do for you what Greg did for me: reframe 26.2 miles as accessible and inspire your first marathon journey, one mile at a time.

As your training integrates Mind, Body and Spirit, enjoy the process. Your journey to the marathon finish will last a few hours. Your journey to the start will influence a lifetime.

To commune with your heart and soul, be willing to go out of your mind.

The notion of the perfect time is more than myth. It's the ultimate self-delusion.

Much of our lives consists of a series of choices over which we have absolute control.

It's tempting to believe that a break from life's routine will only cause chaos. But regimen does not ensure security. The only constant we can count on is change.

Each of us knows when it’s time to wake, eat and rest. We don’t need to read a clock for these activities; we need to listen.

Do your fears warn of external dangers? Or, are they the kind that keep you from becoming more of your true self?

No moment is too small to claim. Strung together, moments fashion a life.

Rest and repose are as much a part of life’s journeys as seeing all we came to see.

Life lessons are not journeys traveled in straight lines but are crossroads
formed years and miles apart.

Develop the habit of initiating change. You'll be better prepared for whatever comes your way.

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