» The term “I’ll run” isn’t about fitness or exercise. When one runs, or sprints…they are pushing themselves to a limit. They’re putting their all into what they are doing. With one hundred percent intensity, heart, and effort. It’s how we should live life. When you live…live loud. When you love…love with everything you have. Why talk when you can scream? Why sleep when you can dream? Why settle for anything less than the summit? When I sing “I’ll run…have a little faith in me,” I am saying that I will do anything in my power to pick you up off of the ground and I will give everything I have within these bones to make a difference. It’s a promise. It’s about realizing how strong you are. Discovering your niche in the world and being happy to fall asleep under the blanket of your own skin.
We will fall down. It’s one thing in life that in inevitable. We can’t do everything on our own. When you see someone around you stumble or fall to pieces, pick them up. Help them out. Lead by example so when you fall, someone can be there for you. The song is about being scared, feeling lost and alone, but then having someone…your human angel being there to pick you up and restoring your faith in humanity and most importantly yourself. You can make more of a difference in the lives of those around you than you will ever realize. I’ve seen it firsthand. That is why we need to help and love each other. Even if we don’t know them personally. If you have the chance to bring a smile to someone else’s face or happiness to someone else’s soul, don’t ever not take it. That missed opportunity will cast a shadow over a lot more than the 30 seconds it would take to make happen. - AMD (x)