Thanking God50

I thank God from the bottom of my heart when I see some people’s strides. During the California race I was watching the strides of an old man. I said, “God, I should thank You for one thing: that I don’t have that kind of stride.”

There was one old man whose style I will never forget. His right leg had one kind of position, his left leg another, and his shoulder had a completely different position. O God, how did he run? His entire body was twisted in three different places.

RB 542. 11 June 1982