Running in P.S. 86

an anecdote by Sri Chinmoy

This evening at nine o’clock I went to P.S. 86, and I jogged there for an hour. The witnesses were Databir, Nirvik and Kanan. We went to the large room, and by going from one side to another we found a course that was over three hundred metres long. I passed through the room where the disciples sit at functions and then entered into the big hall.

In this world people can be good or bad. The principal there says that I will be able to run there in the morning or evening for free, without having to rent the building. So he is proving to be a very good man.

Published in Run and become, become and run, part 9



Photo by Pulak Viscardi


Sri Chinmoy on the beach in Bali playing his favourite game, tennis.