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"The Reason Why..."

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Written by Pat Curran

Posted on 17 January 2018

Last Updated 17 January 2018

DESTINATION TOUGHMAN: Today!

 

 

Colonel Hardy: NORTHCOM, we are crossing through Phase Line “Red.” We’re good to go!

General Swanwick: God speed, Guardian. Arm the package. You’re cleared hot.

Colon Hardy (looking at Lois): We’re lining up for the final run. It’s up to you and Hamilton now.  

 

 

Superman Destroys World Engine in “Man of Steel”
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As I write down my last thoughts before going out there today, I ask myself, “What’s your reason why?” From the gut… It’s to generate hope for my girls.

Even if the world around them is turned upside down they will know how to focus their light on to a single point, shatter what’s in their path, and allow Spirit to lead them home. If I can do it, then they’ll believe. And if they do it, many more can follow. That’s the dream. That's my purpose for today.

This race is symbolic. Out of about 700 of us competing today, only 13 of us are “Clydesdales” (over 220 lbs) who dare to try. Anyone who finishes the race is making some sort of statement. Mine is to show the girls how to “break through.”

See you on the other side. 

 

God Bless,

--Pat

 

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