At a recent burial in our local Catholic cemetery, I saw two joggers running past the grave site oblivious to the proceedings in progress. It has always irked me that people feel free to use cemeteries as sports facilities, and it demonstrates an absence of a sense of sacred place.
Nowadays people think that they can do anything they want in public arenas, and that they have no obligation to follow traditional protocols of respect for others. For instance, people will talk loudly in elevators—even about personal matters—oblivious to the fact that there are other people in the elevator.
So, the moral is: don’t jog in cemeteries; they are the holy resting places of the bodies of the dead.