Tag: Peace Run

  • Day 29… This Kind Of Focus (July 15)

    “It takes time for everybody to get used to it.  You are here all day every day, and you are not in very comfortable conditions.  In terms of pain and tiredness.   Somehow you get used to it and it is easier.” Ananda-Lahari is describing that it takes the runners sometimes weeks to get used to […]

  • Day 2…Perfect School For Life (June 18)

    Ushika like all the other runners in this years Sri Chinmoy Self-Transcendence 3100 mile race Each runner should complete at least 109 laps each day or 59 miles if they want to make it to 3100 miles Kobi and Vasu both had 83 miles Vasu parks his bike Yolanda tells me she wasn’t feeling well […]

  • Continue To Move On

    A few months ago while visiting Cambodia I spoke with career UN diplomat, His Excellency Davidson L Hepburn. Having absolutely zero political experience I was curious and hopeful that he might shed some light on what is currently happening in the world and whether or not he was still optimistic. “There are many answers to […]

  • Day 13…A Oneness-Family (June 30)

    As Smarana heads into his 13th day on the course I ask him if he has had to once again change plans.  I quiz him whether he is moved on from his first plan and started to skip through the various letters of the alphabet.  He has been going through some major blister issues over […]

  • Start of the North American Peace Run….2016

    Sri Chinmoy once said of the Peace Run, “It is the beginning of something unprecedented and it is the beginning of something ever transcending.” The Peace Run is now in its 29th year, it was first inaugurated in New York in 1987.   Beginning on a day that looked and felt much like it did […]

  • Peace Run Fishguard….March 16

    The journey in Wales will become complete today.  Ireland now so close at hand patiently beckons. One last school, Goodwick community in Fishguard. A picture outside the school with Head Teacher Mr. J Jones Coming inside The story of the Peace Run explained to a new and eager audience It is short sweet and powerful […]

  • Peace Run St David’s….March 15

    It is cool bright March morning.  All is still in the heart of the town of St. Davids.  The Norman cross has seen centuries of activity happening around and about.  Soon it will see witness something very different. The Peace Run approaches with all its energy, joy, and of course peace. A ceremony takes place […]

  • Peace Run Camarthen….March 14

    The Peace Run approaches Camarthen city hall On the steps. Daffodils are growing everywhere At Ysgol Y Dderwen School Having a funny moment Touching the torch Enjoying the Peace Run Holding the torch Never to forget Each will take their turn New horizons Learning about the world Its your turn Always something new to learn […]

  • Peace Run Laugharne….March 13

    The Peace Run arrived in Laugharne.  Once the home of well loved Welsh Poet Dylan Thomas Janaka Spence, a Scottish Writer spoke about Dylan Thomas “I am absolutely thrilled and delighted to be taking part.” “Yesterday I bought the Guardian Newspaper, which I only buy on a Saturday to read the book pages.  They had […]

  • Peace Run Welsh Botanical Gardens…. March 13

    “We started 2 weeks ago in Porto Portugal and we will run through every European country over an 8 month period.  We will finish in Rome on October 8th.  The run was started by an Indian gentleman, Sri Chinmoy in 1987.  He loved sports and he loved running.  But most of all he loved peace.” […]