The other day I saw that a friend had posted a quote to her Facebook page alluding the fact that it doesn't really matter how far or how fast you go, just so long as you go.
I loved it. Then I read her caption she wrote to go along with it and I got frustrated. Not with her, but for her. I got frustrated for her because someone at some point had commented on the fact that she runs "slow" with "only" a 12 minute pace. And I wanted to say, at least you're going.
At least you are doing something good for yourself. Good for your body. Good for your heart.
So many people don't go at all. They make excuses or they don't have enough time, money, etc.
And I just want to say, "Anybody can! Everybody should!"
The fact that other people are faster or fitter or learner or stronger does not and should not matter! I hate that things like this cause us to self-doubt and perhaps even stay put.
Get out there and go.