You can cling to control in one hand and whatever in the other and see which fills up first. The winner, if there is such a thing, will always be uncertainty. And again, the whole thing, all of the noble truths are proven over and over.
Set out nice and easy, good mindful watch of the steps and then nothing but unwholesome crap coming back and forth, then flying down the road, adjusting, trying to slow it down, concentrating on the steps, pain in the left foot, more pain, more adjustment, more unwholesome, flying down the road, whipping around people on the sidewalks, in and out of cars and combat speed. Done. About as fast as yesterday. Uncertainty i sthe winner and prevails as usual. Somehow i will learn the lesson, one day, but isn't that part of mindfulness.
The shoes, Saucony Kinvara 3 are a no go. I've decided to move them out of the rotation, they really cause problems on the left foot where it was broken so many years ago. Same kind of shoe I was wearing when the back started to act up. All in all, out they go.
The loop of learning, there is uncertainly, trying to control it causes suffering, there is a way to end that. Can you get it boy?
Good run for pace though. Will pay for though.