A philosophical rant about obesity

I once heard about a guy who was struggling with his ex-girlfriend. 

You see, they had a child together. And their daughter stayed predominantly with her mother. As such, the father was obliged to pay for childcare, alimony and so on. I also believe they wrote a deal where if the kid needed new clothes, new shoes and so on, they’d split the bill and pay half each. 

Sounds reasonable, right? 

Well, guess what? The baby mother said their child ‘needed’ new shoes and new clothes every month. Even though the father could see that her shoes and clothes were in perfect condition. Alas, being too weak to even address the issue, he forked over the money that the mother requested every month. 

Listening to him talking about it was a sobering experience. Sounds like he was really unlucky with his choice of woman, to say the least. 

I don’t know what’s going on in his life now, but I know the following: 

If you take and take and that’s all you’re doing in your life, you’re going to end up miserable. People will leave you. You won’t get the jobs you apply for. And you certainly won’t the body you dream about either because you’re too busy taking food, stuffing it in your mouth. 

Yes, I am directly correlating obesity to people who take all the time without giving. 

Taking without expecting to give. 

Which means they get a lot of stuff they don’t want in their lives. Such as burned bridges to other people and burned bridges to their health. 

I don’t know what’s worse, but I’d go with good health any day of the week. 

That’s not to say you should aim to part ways with those around you, but prioritize your health first. 

GIVE AWAY calories so that you can TAKE good health and bring it home. 

All of a sudden this email became way deeper and philosophical than I had intended. But the point remains: 


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