From what I've pieced together of your posts, I get the sense that you think a lot of the people on this board are missing the forest for the trees (to haul out a particularly shopworn analogy) when it comes to running. By focusing too much on details of shoes, diet, etc., they're failing to get the holistic, macro-level view of what running is all about.
If that is a correct assessment, I'd invite you to share your big-picture thoughts on what it means to be a runner and what your philosophy of running as life entails. I'd be interested in hearing your thoughts and in participating in a conversation along those lines.
And, if you're comfortable doing it, tell the rest of us a little bit about who you are and where you are at in life and as a runner. I think that would help a lot of us better understand and respond to what you have to say.
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