I’m standing on a frozen lake and I’m shaking. From cold or fear, I’m not really sure. 🤤❄️
Austin Dillon won the 60th running of the Daytona 500! He only led the last lap of the race but recorded the second win of his career.
•Denny #Hamlin took an early lead, but lost it after he slid through his pit stall. Next, a flurry of drivers rotated the lead before Kyle #Bus#Busch blew a left rear tire and had to pit. All the while, Jimmie #Johnson worked his way from the back to the front in a second backup car. Later, Chase #Elliott and Joey #Logano battled hard for the lead, but were interrupted by Kyle Busch blowing another tire and slamming into the wall. On the following restart, Kurt #Busch jumped to the lead, fended off an aggressive Elliott, and won the stage, as Ryan #Blaney and Ricky #Stenhouse Jr. tangled, which took out Johnson, Erik #Jones, and others.
•To start Stage 2, Blaney jumped to the lead and didn't look back until William #Byron slammed the wall and brought out another caution. On the consequential restart, Blaney clawed past Martin #Truex Jr. and took the lead back. Then, Brad #Keselowski gave Elliott a gigantic push, but Blaney shut the door with a massive block, sending Elliott and Keselowski to the garage. With 13 to go on the restart, Blaney again captured the lead, this time pulling through and winning Stage 2.
•The commencement of Stage 3 included the running order of Blaney, Logano, Hamlin, and Alex #Bowman. After that, a series of green flag pit stops take place, and Joey Logano is caught speeding. Also, Hamlin pitted by himself, so he lost the draft. Later, a late caution set up a restart with 7 laps to go. Blaney, once more, conquered the lead in front of Kurt Busch and Hamlin, but shuffled around, and ended up wrecking with Kurt Busch, Bowman, Stenhouse, and others! On the final restart, Aric #Almirola battled Hamlin, but got wrecked by Austin #Dillon. Dillon took the lead and won the race!
Stage 1: 41, 88, 12, 17, 78, 34, 9, 4, 21, 6
Stage 2: 12, 21, 22, 10, 34, 43, 78, 6, 3, 11
Stage 3: 3, 43, 11, 22, 37, 21, 12, 31, 34, 47
An ancient text of India called the Bhagavad Gita has a lord named Krishna, Krishna is helping a man named Arjuna in this fierce battle that will determine the new state of the world. Krishna is advising Arjuna on how to maneuver and carry on with this extremly intense battle as the enemy is some of his close family and friends making the decisions and the path to conquer a little bit fuzzy.
Krishna tells Arjuna there are three paths to freedom from this battle. This battle is of course a metaphor for the battle we each face every day in life.
Each path he says is a kind of yoga, a way to live in the world and at the same time maintain inner peace.
The three paths are, the path of action, the path of devotion, and the path of knowledge.
Krishna tells Arjuna in this moment of trying to bear the unbearable to take the path of action. He says that action is better then doing nothing, when you are unsure of what to do next Krishna and the yogis tell us to take an action, something anything in a direction that feels right a direction towards service, something that leaves you feeling inspired,or filled up, who knows if it will lead to a little house on the back of an old Ford or a victory over your enemies in the most important battle the world has ever faced or whose to say you will fail, it doesn't matter because the path of action leads to the path of knowledge which leads to ultimate wisdom.
Take action my friends.
Come get inspired today 1-2:15 @studiobsummit with #summitcountyyogaproject and me ♡ Leslie