Dr Sheehan Quotes

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So it is not age that is threatened by youth, but the other way around. Youth is threatened by age.
George Sheehan
UNTIL I TOOK UP distance running, I found it easy to take it easy. I had no difficulty following the warnings of the experts. “Avoid stress,” cautioned the physicians. I did. “Reduce your tensions,” advised the psychologists. I did. “Rest that restless heart,” counseled the clergy. I did. Doing these things requires no effort when you are lacking what Santayana called America’s ruling passion—a love for business—when you are a lifelong non-joiner whose greatest desire is not to become involved, when almost everyone you meet is less interesting than your own ideas, and when your inner life has more reality than your outer one.
George Sheehan (The Essential Sheehan: A Lifetime of Running Wisdom from the Legendary Dr. George Sheehan)
Dr. George Sheehan once said, “We are each an experiment of one.
Hal Higdon (Hal Higdon's Half Marathon Training)
Behind the enthusiasm, behind the inspiration, behind the passion, there must be the will. We can choose. We can decide. We can will to do it our own way. When we do, nothing can prevail against us.
David Willey (The Essential Sheehan: A Lifetime of Running Wisdom from the Legendary Dr. George Sheehan)
The 5-year-old sees that Paradise correctly, not in technology but in the fairy story, in the great myths that control and guide our lives. And myth is meaning divined rather than defined, implicit rather than explicit.
George Sheehan (The Essential Sheehan: A Lifetime of Running Wisdom from the Legendary Dr. George Sheehan)
What the jogger’s face shows is not boredom but contemplation, which Thomas Aquinas described as man’s highest activity save one—contemplation plus putting the fruits of that contemplation into action.
George Sheehan (The Essential Sheehan: A Lifetime of Running Wisdom from the Legendary Dr. George Sheehan)
Only a sense of humor can help each of us face those great unanswerable questions: Why was I born? Why am I here? Why must I die? What must I do to make my life a triumph? —
George Sheehan (The Essential Sheehan: A Lifetime of Running Wisdom from the Legendary Dr. George Sheehan)
The runner who is in peak condition is only a razor’s edge from catastrophe.
George Sheehan (The Essential Sheehan: A Lifetime of Running Wisdom from the Legendary Dr. George Sheehan)
As he spoke, Miss Frumkin looked at her chart, which was directly in front of Dr. Sun, facing him. Reading upside down is one of Miss Frumkin’s talents. It has enabled her, over the years, to read many things not intended for her eyes.
Susan Sheehan (Is There No Place on Earth for Me?)