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|Still, it is an uneasy line that we walk between too much detail about the texts or |
too little. In the 1980s, one of Nike's most memorable TV commercials aimed at
athletes ended with the tagline that there is no finish line. The double meaning of
|Two phrases dominate the general attraction of, and participation in, running: |
there is no finish line' (also used by Nike sportswear company) and the race is
not always to the fleet of foot, but to he who goes the distance'. Although they
|I thought that there was no finish line, and the consequence was that I fell wasted |
by the wayside. Even though I think that I can go on forever without there being a
finish line, the reality of it is that I cannot. When I became a Christian, people ...
|Finish. Line. For some of us, getting over ourselves is a full time job; it's like Nike's |
old slogan, “There is no finish line.” Just when you think you've got it, something
else pops up to remind you, “It's not about you.” For instance, maybe you realize ...
|The Finish Line – There is no finish line for a successful person. There is no such |
thing as retirement. There is no such thing as death. Successful people continue
to be successful, always, and forever. A finish line will stop you in your tracks.
|This is because there is no finish line! Remember, there is no time in the spiritual |
universe, none whatsoever—the Universal Law of Time. It is rather difficult to
comprehend this, but it is so. With that understanding, it appears we do have
|There is no generally recognized minimum appropriate age to run a marathon. I |
ran one ... “Mom,” I finally said to her, “there's no need to get me home from
school. ... There are no boundaries; there are no finish lines; nothing is contrived.
|26.2. There. Is. No. Finish. Line. “The happy traveler is not intent upon arrival.” —|
TAO SOME PEOPLE SAY that the marathon doesn't really begin until mile twenty.
I say mile twenty-six would be more appropriate. The final two-tenths of a mile ...