Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2021-07-24 15:18:26 –
Nashville, TN (WTVF) — Have a great day. But if not, you’ll have to take a walk in the woods of Warner Park.
You may hear a mixture of bird calls and breeze calling for “a wonderful day and a better tomorrow.”
That is Mario Stephanesque.
He walks a little over seven miles on the Warner Park trails almost every morning.
Born in Romania, Stephanesque emigrated to the United States in 1971. He spent most of his life in New York until he moved to Nashville about four years ago. He has a son, a daughter-in-law, and two grandchildren here.
When the pandemic began, Stephanesque began sharing the phrase “have a great day and get better tomorrow.” He shared the phrase with people who went to the park and met in public. At a weekly lunch at the Gordon Jewish Community Center, a woman named Ruth suggested adding an “s” at the end of tomorrow … to become a “tomorrow S” with an uppercase “S”.
“Tomorrow is limited. Tomorrow S is unlimited,” Stephanesque said.
His philosophy is contagious and provides a life outlook for those involved in the busy pace of modern life.
Stephanesque was very popular among the Warner Park running groups and even made T-shirts with his words printed on the front.
Good luck to keep up with Stephanesque.He walks fast and starts at 5am
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