posted on May, 5 2014 @ 06:58 PM
originally posted by: Char-Lee
originally posted by: marvinthemartian
a reply to: Agent008
Those three little words come to mind
PUT IT AWAY
now im off to vomit
I don't think fat is the problem with those persons.
Not many Christians around I note, who has a Mother or Grandmother who is not thin...people laughing at them, I hope Jesus is disguised as one of
these sometimes get a good chance to show your true hearts.
I don't see it as a Christian thing but if I were to contextualize it that way I would say that Honesty and Truth are not sins but Gluttony and Sloth
are (and "deadly" ones at that). Pointing out such seems like good godly behavior if you have a relationship with them. Not arguing with you
Char-Lee.. you just prompted my post/rant.
The problem is not the brutal honesty. It is the brutality in which people seek comfort about their own shortcomings so we forget to honor the
individual. But make no mistake someone should always hear the truth. Just respectfully and hopefully from someone they know loves them.
I am repulsed every day when I pick my son up from school and see the amount of folks that look just like the photo's in this thread. I truly wonder
of those folks have mirrors. I can not imagine getting up in the morning and looking at that reflection and being content and if not spending the day
doing nothing about it.
I am disappointed every week at the supermarket when I have to dodge someone on an electric scooter that has no problem walking to their car.
I am also angered when my obese sister-in-law breaks my toilet off its' anchors and leaves without saying anything.
Fat people are a serious societal problem costing us billions in unintended costs and yet here we are worrying about offending them. They cause more
stress to our already horrible healthcare system than smokers and drug abusers.
edit on 5/5/2014 by howmuch4another because: