Tuesday, August 10, 2010

W.I.D.T.H. All Due Respect

There are seemingly a million reasons why we're on this journey, from the frivolous to the serious, from fun and games to life and death. Some of us want it for ourselves and others for those around us. Some because they want more out of this life and some because they expect more out of themselves. What's your reason? What drives you down this path to living a more healthy life? What's your motivation?

That's not a rhetorical question, dumbass! Jot down your answer on a card, a scrap of paper, your hand... and find some way to electronically deliver it to Jord @ A Journey of 26.2 Miles Begins With a Blog


  1. Oh, it certainly is not hopeless.

    and, it's amazing what happens when you quit hiding and actually live.

  2. Oh I have to get in on this soon! I love it.

  3. I nominate you for the Versatile Blogger Award! Come and down and claim your prize...

  4. these never get old huh...love them! :) thanks Jack!

  5. This was all incredibly beautiful. I cried when i read these. I read through all of them I think it is so easy to be dismissive of people. I mean, what's more common than a fat joke? Har, har, har. It is easy to forget that many overweight people are suffering. They, just like everyone else, deserve to live to see their grandchildren, to climb mountains or live well enough to make a sister jealous. But often i think people's first impulse is ridicule. If you saw me bleeding and in pain on the street, would you make fun of me? Would you make terrible jokes about me? And yet, this is exactly what we do to the fat man on the street.

    Sometimes humanity disgusts me, and other times it is so beautiful I weep. Please, more posts like this one.



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