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More press

Posted by Torr | Marathon | Saturday 30 October 2010 10:25

Today, prof. Klarlund and I appear in an interview in Politiken. It seems that the interview is not online (as for now) so you will have to buy todays Politiken newspaper to read it. The interview is about the forthcomming book, obviously.

You can purchase the book online at e.g. motionslob.dk

Updating the press section

Posted by Torr | Marathon,On the blog | Wednesday 27 October 2010 19:50

Monday, I had the pleasure to appear on live television in Denmark, namely in “Aftenshowet” (DR1) where Bente Klarlund and I talked a bit about running and a very tiny bit about our book “ELSK AT LØBE – med Maratonbogen“. If you missed it, see it here. It was great fun to be in live broadcast and the staff was very friendly and professional. Just great !

I have updated my “in the press” section with the link above and various other stuff from this year.

Updating the marathon stories

Posted by Torr | Marathon | Friday 22 October 2010 17:13

I have been so busy with the book the past months so normal duties have lagged behind. Thus, today I have updated stories for months back. I’ll post a few hightlights here from the larger races.

Firstly, I had a great weekend in August running my first dublet this year and celebrating my marathon no. 200. Saturday was at scenic Samsø…

… full story here and Sunday incredible Blokhus and marathon no. 200, full story here.

September was a rather poor month runningwise and I had to cancel several races due to the last tasks on the book projekt. Fortunately, time allowed participation in two great races, first Fjordmarathon (report here)…

and two weeks later the perhaps best organized race in Denmark, H.C. Andersen marathon in Odense, the only race that I have run in “all” my marathonyears since the start in 2004 (2010 story here).

Now, autumn is hitting Denmark badly and I think we were quite lucky to save an absolutely perfect and very nice race this past sunday in Greve, check it out yourself here (Sydkyst Fall).

I believe I am not alone with the wish for a warm and short winter, please greenhouse effect do your job in Denmark !

Climbing ladders

Posted by Torr | Spirituality | Saturday 9 October 2010 11:43

Oh well.. I guess I have been quite “down” for a while, now it is time to climb up again. Weather shifts, psychology shifts. We are here to experience these shifts, we are not the shifts themselves.. even though it feels like it at times. If you feel bad at mood, life is bad. Wrong. It is your feelings about it. Feelings change over time.

Unlike (so many) others I do not pretend and unlike (so many) others I confront stuff even when it may have direct negative impact on myself. I believe it brings a better result overall. Confrontation is the process where you find out what is real and what isnt. Find out who your real friends are, find out who really loves you, find out what you really love yourself. Living a fake life based on lies and withheld truths is for the imbeciles.

I prefer reality on the rocks – not a superficial and manipulated sugerdrink for babies. And lets face it: real reality just feels like plain crap at times. Sometimes we are just very sad and unhappy, each for our reasons. This is a trivial fact – but it is still, in 2010, kind of taboo to admit it. Sometimes, everything just really sucks.

This is when we need the ability to analyse and evaluate, to choose new paths, to give ourselves rebirth and to rise from the burned pasts like the Phoenix bird. This is when we need to climb the ladders in our internal psychology. This is when we need others and perhaps something. Something to do, something to believe in, something to explore. I have many “somethings” and running is for sure one of them. Chess, music and travels are others. Indeed, I could live entire lives in each of my many “somethings”.

But as for now there is only this and one life. It is time to smile again and to seek stuff and to be with the loved ones. Time to climb those ladders. Watch out ;)

Also you, Brutus ?

Posted by Torr | Marathon | Friday 8 October 2010 17:27

Some are vicious
some are fools
and others blind
to see in me
one of their kind

Light sparks

Posted by Torr | Spirituality | Wednesday 6 October 2010 16:42

From the dark we fall into this world, we nourish and play and grow, we become the creators of light, we command for a short time only to vanish and yet again become one.

All Time is now. Shine we must.

Kind of Dark

Posted by Torr | Marathon,Spirituality | Monday 4 October 2010 15:42

I see and speak from a point you will never understand. I see and speak with hinsights you should be happy not to ever know. I see and speak from the dark.

Let me give you a glimse. Aged 27 my mother commited suicide. I was 3 years old. Turbulent times followed to put it mildly, as this crime left my father and the rest of my family devastated, no wonder. Aged 7, I witnessed the death struggle of my father, dying 31 years old to a heart condition. This loss came as no surprise, I had “seen” it happen weeks in advance. It was a logical consequence of events. I was “deported” to a loveless fate at a hostfamily in another part of the country and this misery went on for 5 years. Then came almost 7 years on a boarding school, a times a very rough affair with both physical and mental abuses, not in the sexual sense, but still. It wasnt too easy.

All these years I had only one person left to bury – my beloved grandmother. It is now two years ago that I did. I dont think anyone can grasp the consequences of all this, of being the last in the entire family tree. Grasp what kind of feelings I have dealt with. Grasp the enormity of being totally alone in the world. Historically, it can be compared to the survivors of World War II, many of these, by the way, commiting suicide by the burden of their losses. But I hate the concept of being a victim and I ask for no mercy. I just find myself on a special path and find it hard to take many of the “dramas” of the ordinary man too seriously. I am on another scale.

So why live ? It is indeed a very relevant question ! Answers… we all have our own. The interesting thing is whether we have constructed our opinions ourselves or just live by the conventions, by the expectations of our family and partners, and whether we have the courage to live and act accordingly to who we really are and what we really feel. Let me tell you this: everything else is absurd ! You will be under ground soon enough.

Yes, so why not live ? Why not take the risk of being yourself and to accept the consequences. Why not address the important issues in your life and leave the less important behind. Living by fear is a waste of time and life… and we are only here for such a short time anyways. So go for the things you love ! Because love is the light in the dark, and there are so many things to love indeed. For me, running is one of them.