Friday, January 23, 2015

What's at the end of your comfort zone?

For me it's going out socially in large groups, alone. That said, I went out, alone, to the rider meet and greet for the Boston Brain Tumor Ride last night. And what happened? I met Steve. A PhD student in Mechanical Engineering from MIT. But more personally, a first time rider who this past Fall had a tumor removed from his frontal cortex. He is signed up to ride 10 miles... when he admits he probably shouldn't be riding at all.

Talk about living at the end of your comfort zone.
I'm humbled.


jeff noel said...

Wow. Incredible. What a testament.

Anonymous said...

Positive attitude, "mind over matter" ... may the Good Lord grant him health, strength and a long life.