Sister Mary Beth Lloyd finishes 1,000 miles
In this short video, Sister Mary Beth Lloyd finishes 20 miles, in all 50 United States in just 62 days…1,000 miles! She moved with unbelievable energy, as though her tired, bruised and battered feet are floating on air. A mission, a purpose, passionate motivation…
Click on link to view short video…as if carried in the arms of Angels!
50 miles, in all 50 United States, in just 62 days! Two women dared to dream, dared to consider a possibility and dared to undertake a selfless quest that would test the limits of mind, body, spirit,
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The compassion that I have for myself has grown through this process. It seems like the more open I am to accepting my own pain and suffering the easier I can deal with it. I’ve learned to say my feet hurt, but somewhere else in the world someone’s feet hurt more. I’ve learned to say I’m feeling upset, but someone else may be losing a loved one to hunger, AIDS, or another tragedy. The more I accept my pain, the more I can relate to others, and the more I learn from my beautiful life that’s a shared work in progress.Continue Reading »
Lisa Smith-Batchen & Sister Mary Beth Lloyd are running 50-miles in 50 states in 62 days… Join Running Hope Through America in your state on our route across the US to benefit orphans worldwide!
Check Out What It\’s Like On The Road…
Memorable Fire Drill!
I (Ashley) had called Good Shepherd School to let them know when Lisa was coming by, as the school was along the route. They fire drilled all of the kids out of the school for Lisa because they wanted to cheer her on as she was running through Frankfort,
God Bless everyone who has come out to support us, or is supporting us long-distance…
To get the 50 mile distance each day we have a state leader who is marking a course for us. Most are an “out-and-back”, or a loop. For the first several states, Lisa