Around Thanksgiving I started feeling a little off. Not sick really just a lot more fatigued than normal and generally blah. Anyway, I chalked it up to the weather, a not so great holiday season diet, busy work schedule, not enough sleep…
So I figured I would pass on workouts until the new year and start fresh on 1 Jan like almost everyone else.
Then I passed out while getting ready for work one morning, spent a couple days in the hospital twice, got the all clear to work out again from my doctor, and here I am. Five runs so far this year and I’m not doing too bad. 3.5 miles today in 29 minutes.
On a completely unrelated note, I had a minor online dust-up with someone who believes the Earth is flat.
I love God, love people, and always try to see the best in people regardless of who they are, what they’ve done, where they come from, what they believe, etc.
But how, how, how can someone with such a bizarre, fringe, and nonsensical belief be taken seriously?
What say you, readers? Does the idea that the Earth is anything other than an oblate spheroid deserve any credit whatsoever or is it complete lunacy?
Also, is it wrong for a Christian to say, “I love you but, with regard to ________ you are seriously off your nut?” If not, why not?
*If you are wondering what that thing next to my foot is, it’s a bit of snow. I am in South Dakota for work and we are supposed to get up to two feet tomorrow so I figured I would get a run in while I could.