The Extra Mile (disambiguation)
The idiom to go the extra mile means to do more than is required. The expression probably comes from the Bible, when Jesus declares "Whoever forces you to go one mile, go with him two" (Matthew 5:41 (NASB)). The verse is a reference to the practice of "impressment" which, among other things, allowed a Roman soldier to conscript a Jewish native to carry his equipment for one Roman mile (milion = 1,000 paces, about 1,611 yards or 1,473 metres)—no easy task considering a Roman soldier's backpack could weigh upwards of 100 pounds (45.4 kg).
The Extra Mile or Extra Mile may also refer to:
- The Extra Mile or Points of Light Volunteer Pathway is a national monument installed in the sidewalks of Washington D.C., USA.
- The Extra Mile (book), 1962 book of selected short stories by Ivy R. Doherty
- The Extra Mile (magazine), publication of Southern New Hampshire University
- The Extra Mile, series of organic performances by Glenn Morshower
- Extra Mile Endurathon, walking endurance event
- Extra Mile Education Foundation, educational charity founded 1989 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
- The Extra Mile: One Woman's Personal Journey to Ultra-Running Greatness, book by Pam Reed
- "The Extra Mile", episode of Drive (2007 TV series)
- The Extra Mile, 1992 album by Al Denson
- "The Extra Mile", song on Tra te e il mare, 2000 Laura Pausini album
- "The Extra Mile", song on Things Go Better with RJ and AL, 2006 Soul Position album
- "The Extra Mile", song on This Is Where I Came In, 2001 Bee Gees album
- "The Extra Mile", episode of All Saints (season 7) TV series
- Extra Mile (album), 1990 album by Shenandoah
- "Extra Mile", song on Deeper Water, 1995 Paul Kelly album
- "Extra Mile", episode of series 3 of Murphy's Law (UK TV series)
- My Extra Mile, episode of series 5 of Scrubs TV series
- Plus ultra (motto)
- "That Extra Mile", 1994 single by The Winans
- That Extra Mile, 2004 single by Ricky (band)
- "Go The Extra Mile". Merriam-Webster. Retrieved 12 June 2017.
- Mitchell, S.. (1976). Requisitioned Transport in the Roman Empire: A New Inscription from Pisidia. The Journal of Roman Studies, 66, 106–131.
- Brink, L.. (2014). Soldiers in Luke-Acts: Engaging, Contradicting and Transcending the Stereotypes, 5, footnote 12.
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