The Race

By Karston Anderson

The Race Imagine with me. The starter calls your attention. You’ve been positioned in your lane staring down the track awaiting this race. This is the hardest race you’ll ever run. It’s not your ordinary race with hurdles or a steeple barrier with a pit of water you have to agonize about. This race is much harder than that, this race has dips and turns you can’t turn back from. Once the gun starts there is no turning back; there are no do over’s and you must finish. “On your marks…” You gather your last thoughts before you step into


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