The Burden Run

DATE: 2022-02-26
AO: Olympus
Q: Hightower
PAX: Zeus, Pop Fly, Jenner, Lucius, Nano, Roddick, Winklevoss, Ashe, Hoolihan, Monk, My Space, Popeyes, Rollingstone, slider, Early Bird, Baywatch, El Camino, Juneau FNGs: Royce and Beckham
Mix of stretching & warm ups

Part 1 Preparation: run 1.25 mile loop
Part 2 Penance: bear crawl drag your Burden 100 yards
Part 3 Reflection: carry your Burden opposite direction around loop
Part 4 Restoration: drop your Burden at goal line, 1 burpee/yard to get across opposite the goal line (100 burpees)

Skip for time
Coffee and treats afterwards in parking lot.

Shedding these Burdens, opening up our Vulnerability. Hearing this openness in recent CoT, shows how close this Brotherhood is.
Vulnerability is a characteristic trait of great leaders. Great Leaders recognize the importance of bringing vulnerability to work because it’s the foundation for Open & Nonjudgmental communication.

“If all were perfect, what should we have to suffer from others for God’s sake? But God has so ordained, that we may learn to bear with one another’s burdens, for there is no man without fault, no man without burden, no man sufficient to himself nor wise enough. Hence we must support one another, console one another, mutually help, counsel, and advise, for the measure of every man’s virtue is best revealed in time of adversity — adversity that does not weaken a man but rather shows what he is.”

― Thomas à Kempis, The Imitation of Christ

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