“Run when you can, walk if you have to, crawl if you must, just never give up.”— Dean Karnazes
You don’t have to run 100+ miles and fight off coyotes, or do a marathon a day for a month, or even run 26.2 miles to embrace the concept of doing what you can.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. said it.
President Theodore Roosevelt said it.
Do the best you can and don’t give up.
They give the same medal to the person that does the race in two and a half hours as those who do it in five and a half hours. Still the same distance, same course.
Others will always be faster or stronger or smarter or better financed than you. Doesn’t matter.
Some days you have all your power and are awesome. Other days are a struggle. Doesn’t matter.
What matters is not stopping in your race. Do not give up.
Keep going, and eventually you reach the finish line.