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From The Week of 12/31/18

fortitude

NOUN

Courage in pain or adversity. ‘she endured her illness with great fortitude’

Origin

Middle English: via French from Latin fortitudo, from fortis ‘strong’.

Pronunciation

fortitude/ˈfɔrdəˌt(j)ud//ˈfôrdəˌt(y)o͞od/

Whether in personal life, through natural disasters, or politics, it has been a tough year. Consider how 2018 has affected you then establish your goals with those thoughts in mind for the new year. Then try to follow through on them. That’s fortitude. And I’ll be there to help with your running goals.

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