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爱跑《跑咖时间》特别版即将推出"读书时间"



2020与众不同,太多的与众不同让人不安和沮丧......


爱跑不能改变疫情,也不能改变世界,但我们除了鼓励大家坚持健身以外,还愿意默默地点起一炉篝火,在这个不凡的冬天和跑友们围炉而坐,畅谈跑步与人生交融的火花,让发生在爱跑的与众不同给大家带给来一丝温暖!


感谢爱跑义工@奔跑的快乐 (Lucy Li),作为本地著名私校的中文老师,她除了自己坚持跑步二十年,还长期兼任爱跑的义务教练,现在她将利用寒假的几周时间做客《跑咖时间》和大家一起促膝共读,探讨跑步不仅使我们的身体健康,也同时默默地改变着我们的思维......


由于是第一次举办“读书时间”,对于大家的需求和希望都不了解,本周六晚6:30-7PM将召开一个预备会,商量具体时间和形式,欢迎大家一起来聊天!在线加入:https://meet.google.com/ozr-tknn-dtj


初步设想:

✔本期书目为"How Running Makes us Human"

✔每周末一小时共读共议(时间将商定)

✔为阅读方便,请自备书(请在Amazon搜索书名)。

✔最好有一定英语基础,也欢迎想通过读书练习提高英语的跑友

✔请阅读以下该书简介以确认是否有意加入本期"读书时间"。


There’s something about the repetition of running—and if you’re a distance runner, the time alone—that brings out the philosophical side of many people. And if you’re among the meditative ones, this book will act like an energy drink to your intellectual side. Using works from philosophy, literature, and his own running experiences, Cregan-Reid looks at the human side of the sport, showing that while running makes our bodies healthy, it also improves our minds.

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