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Old 11-04-14, 09:36 AM
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Where cycling is a spiritual journey

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GNH - Gross National Happiness, --Very nice.

I have often lamented the damage done to our national psyche by our governmental gridlock. I am an independent but I really cringed when seeing our leader essentially suborning class warfare with statements about "taking down the rich" --and how they are "hoarders of ill-gotten gains." Whatever truth you may ascribe to that, --making it a publicly declared policy is irresponsible and hugely destructive to our national psyche. We may never recover the innocence of dreaming to succeed.

Sorry for the political side bar.

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GNH - We may never recover the innocence of dreaming to succeed.
The dream is still alive. Just don't confuse it with reality.
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Thank you for posting that.
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Originally Posted by bruce19 View Post
The dream is still alive. Just don't confuse it with reality.
You're right. I still have the dream
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The dream is still alive. Just don't confuse it with reality.
And then?...."LIVE THE DREAM!"
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Awesome article. 43 starters, 22 finishers.

Playing football looks fun too.

One of the finishers from this year's event.

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