waystolivehealthier:

This is Nathan. He is 12 years old. He’s from London, Ohio. Greatness is not beyond his reach, nor is it for any of us.

waystolivehealthier:

This is Nathan. He is 12 years old. He’s from London, Ohio. Greatness is not beyond his reach, nor is it for any of us.

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shredded-sorostitute:

possom497:

horusss:

incestuousmasturbation:

the-unpopular-opinions:

i really hate seeing children at gay rallies. in most cases, they don’t understand what they’re doing and what they’re promoting. i think most children are pressured into going to gay rallies by their parents and, therefore, pressured into believing in gay marriage. 

Excuse you, I knew about homosexuality since I was four. With five years I could already argue about it and with six I had a formed opinion. All my motherS did was explain to me what it was, without ever telling me if it was good of bad.
The truth is that is actually easier for kids to understand homosexuality, and maybe even accept it, if they are told about it at a young age.  
Yes, maybe the two-years-old kids there are not sure of whats going on, but their parents are raising them to open their minds and accept differences without it being a huge deal.
It’s funny how people don’t mind dragging kids at sundays to the church, to make them sit and listen to things they can’t understand nor question, but it’s so wrong to take them to a walk were they can see pretty rainbows , and later understand what they mean.
This is bullshit.

It’s funny how people don’t mind dragging kids at sundays to the church, to make them sit and listen to things they can’t understand nor question, but it’s so wrong to take them to a walk were they can see pretty rainbows , and later understand what they mean.

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Funny how Catholics and other sectors of Christianity don’t mind baptizing babies who have no idea what they’re being baptized into. 

hear, hear.

shredded-sorostitute:

possom497:

horusss:

incestuousmasturbation:

the-unpopular-opinions:

i really hate seeing children at gay rallies. in most cases, they don’t understand what they’re doing and what they’re promoting. i think most children are pressured into going to gay rallies by their parents and, therefore, pressured into believing in gay marriage. 

Excuse you, I knew about homosexuality since I was four. With five years I could already argue about it and with six I had a formed opinion. All my motherS did was explain to me what it was, without ever telling me if it was good of bad.

The truth is that is actually easier for kids to understand homosexuality, and maybe even accept it, if they are told about it at a young age.  

Yes, maybe the two-years-old kids there are not sure of whats going on, but their parents are raising them to open their minds and accept differences without it being a huge deal.

It’s funny how people don’t mind dragging kids at sundays to the church, to make them sit and listen to things they can’t understand nor question, but it’s so wrong to take them to a walk were they can see pretty rainbows , and later understand what they mean.

This is bullshit.

It’s funny how people don’t mind dragging kids at sundays to the church, to make them sit and listen to things they can’t understand nor question, but it’s so wrong to take them to a walk were they can see pretty rainbows , and later understand what they mean.

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

Funny how Catholics and other sectors of Christianity don’t mind baptizing babies who have no idea what they’re being baptized into. 

hear, hear.

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treatsandshots:

former-fat-chick:

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It is kind of depressing to think that some people have gone the last five months without exercising… :( It is so awesome! 

treatsandshots:

former-fat-chick:

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It is kind of depressing to think that some people have gone the last five months without exercising… :( It is so awesome! 

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leebarguss:

(by Kevin Russ)

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iron-temple:

rule-one-cardio:

Strength training workout you can do at home. All you need is a bed sheet and a door. Make sure you tie a knot at the end of the sheet before closing the door over it, to prevent the sheet from sliding out of the door.

Holy bedsheet, Batman!
This is brilliant!

Most useful thing I’ve ever seen from Greg Plitt.

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fitnessisfitfor-me:

styleyourbody:

fitness&health blog! x

follow for fitness :)

fitnessisfitfor-me:

styleyourbody:

fitness&health blog! x

follow for fitness :)

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I ran my FIRST EVER 5K yesterday!!!

It was amazing. I ran almost the whole way and could have gone the whole way except I had to pee so bad that running would have literally made me piss my pants. LOL gj self. But now I know I can run 3 miles without stopping and that feels pretty amazing.

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