World Run II / Reports
The map shows the position of which the pictures for the day are taken (if any). The start and finish markers are placed at the first and last valid registered position. This is not nessesary the actual start and finish position, if GSM or GPS signals was not available.
Distance today: 41.0 km (Accumulated: 23028.0 km)
Elapsed time: 03:54:11
Start 10:12am, 25c, m. wind, allmost clear. At small white fence-marker "43-2" on hwy. 3 to Bournes Aires. Finish 15:31pm, 36c, a few clouds and l. wind. At green exitsign "Pt. Madryn ->" on hwy. 3.
The Perfect Road
What is a Perfect road ? To me, while doing the world runs, its a road like I had to today !!
..An Empty Road w. time & calmness to take in the large horizon.
In a broader sense, I think there is a perfectRoad through life for Each of us; no matter where we live, who we are, what polittical or religious system; wether we are rich or poor in outside or inside wealth
At Best we find that road during our time on this earth :-)
One of the things I cherish the most about the world runs is that my experienceis that "everyday people" no matter where seems to have no problem accepting that the perfect Road may be Different for other people, but still every inch as right as ones own; this largeness of view I find across each continent run.
It appears surprising to me as a political scientist by education thatonly on large scale - political, religious or institutional/cooperational - do we begin not to be able to understand & accept that for Other people there are Other roads which is just as True or valid as our Own. This inability also seems to reign in each large scale culture; no matter where.
But one could suspect, that also on the horizon of our mutual roads there is indeed eventually a broad road of understanding.
That would be a Perfect Road..