The New York Times
The New York Times

From an April 28, 1934 NY Times photo:  Jack Wolff of Manhattan College “running the race of his life.

That’s what it looks like:  to be so flat-out…you’re almost flying.


We’ve been mulling what the real “race of our life” has been, or is…

..and the times when we have given our all,  flat-out, everything…


via The Lively Morgue

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