“It is beholden to senior leadership to express and demonstrate the courage required to overcome established negative paradigms and surmount the stigma culture.” — Capt Tim Finley, United States Air Force, Air Force Mental Health Think Tank, 2013
Endure (v): suffer (something painful or difficult) patiently.
"Failure after great perseverance is much grander than never to have a striving good enough to be called a failure."
-- George Eliot
AUTHOR'S NOTE: The following was originally posted April 1, 2014 on Ridecamp at www.endurance.net. While this is not the actual story of the ride itself, it's a fun perspective I wanted to include in the collection, along with some re-editing and photographic accompaniment. Consider it a "Tarantino" plot device where we jump forward and off to the side for a bit.
Eagle Ranch Spring Fling -- Honor's first endurance competition (29 March 2014)
Endurance is patience concentrated.
- Thomas Carlyle