"Do you not know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit, Who is in you, Whom you have received from God? ... So use every part of your body to give glory back to God..." 1 Corinthians 6:19-20

Sunday, January 21, 2018

Information VS Knowledge

Solid run.
With who: Chris, Kris, Matt and Rachel
Where: We met at Seven Lakes, however, we did not run trails. We ran backroads and paved roads through the park.
Distance: 10 miles
Pace: 9:33

Felt good, adding some speed and picked up my pace from the previous week.
Where: GAC (Genesys Athletic Club)
With who: Met Jeff.
Distance: 6 miles total. 5TM miles @ 8:20min/mi, last 200meter pick ups.   1mile recovery
Misc: Core and legs

Great weather, ran in my Katoolas.
With who: Matt, Kris, Rachel and Ken
Where: Holly Rec. We didn't run trails. We ran Back roads and a lot of HILLS.
Distance: 11.5

HUFFING and PUFFING, so pathetic
Where: Downtown Holly
With who: Lacey
Distance: 3.5 /
Pace: 8:12min/mi

Long Run
With who: Lacey
Where: Through Holly and 7 Lakes
Distance: 15.25
Pace: 9:15min/mi
Misc: We saw ERIN while we were running! I just love that girl! She makes me SMILE.

Total weekly Miles: 46

Quote for the week: "Information is NOT knowledge." 
Just because you have a lot of information does not mean you have to share it. Sometimes, I will want to pipe in on a conversation to share "My Information" or I will hear wrong information said and want to correct it. But this week I have been very conscious of just listening. Not adding my random facts or correcting someone else's. 
You can be the smartest person in the world but TRUE Knowledge is HOW you share it.
Knowledge is not about being right, or having all the facts. 
"KNOWLEDGE is facts, information, and skills acquired by a person through experience or education; the theoretical or practical understanding of a subject:"
I would rather hear knowledge than information. I receive it better, I apply it and find that knowledge allows others to hold a conversation without insecurity or being discouraged by a lack thereof. 
Knowledge is more interpersonal, deep, personal experience, wisdom. 


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