By Grabthar’s Hammer

Vegan Runner

Hi, I'm D and I live with my wife Rosie, two dogs and three cats in The Orkney Islands, Scotland UK. I am a full time carer to my wife and I love to run, I am also interested in photography and art amongst other things.

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5 Responses

  1. Rachel says:

    Rest up hope you feel better soon 🙂

  2. Joe says:

    Glad you are ok.. In a bit of a hurry this morning but will def check out the video later !! Take care of yourself !!

  3. Joanthemom8 says:

    You are like me…once I fell at a hotel in front of total strangers (work trip) I hurt my knee and opposite ankle… I was in pain for days, but what I remember most was how embarrassed I was when I fell!

  4. Faith says:

    Thank you for sharing this; I should have commented the first or second or 15th time I watched it. Bernd Heinrich is a treasure hidden in the woods of Maine. This kind of wisdom might be lost if videos like this weren’t made & shared
    “Why did I end up running…? …it appealed to me because I could do it all the time, no matter where, I could always run.”
    “Running is all about movement; its extreme movement that makes it very meaningful because movement is the essence of life”
    “The essential thing is to run period. Do it for a long time and do it consistently and everything takes care of itself.”

    Something about him reminds me of my 87 year old running buddy Gordon who once said to me, “You don’t want to run with me I’m not fast anymore.” The pace doesn’t matter. I wouldn’t trade the insight I gain on a run with him for the world. I hope when I’m 87 I’ll still be running and by then maybe I’ll be wise enough to have words worth sharing.

  5. Dunky says:

    I know Faith I keep coming back to this myself. It’s not about speeds, time or distance it’s about the environment and how running brings you to it

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