i like to push my body to the limit but not in the healthy living way more like in the how much pasta can i eat before im unable to physically move way

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Purity is valuable, but your value is not dependent on your purity. Any message of purity that says otherwise is unbiblical and oppressive. Yes, purity is valuable, but when we believe the opposite—that value equals purity—we have isolated and magnified a virtue, rejecting the truth of the gospel by attributing more authority to our behavior than Christ’s sacrifice.
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i fell for you so fucking fast and you werent even there to catch me

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i did a push up why am i still fat

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When I say I want to travel I don’t mean I want to stay at resorts and go on tours with tour guides or buy key chains from souvenir shops. I don’t want to be a tourist. When I say I want to travel I mean I want to explore another country and become part of it. I want to discover small coffee shops in Germany and Italy and France. I want to walk on beaches in Australia and browse the book stores of England. I want to hike the Great Wall of China and go cliff diving in Hawaii I want to meet people who are not like me, but people who I can like all the same. I want to take pictures of things and places and people I meet. I want my mind to be in constant awe of life on earth. I want to see things with new eyes. I want to look at a map and be able to remember how I was transformed by the places I’ve been to the things I’ve seen and the people I’ve met. I want to come home and realize that I have not come home whole but have left a piece of my heart in each place I have been. This, I think, is what is at the heart of Adventure and this is why I plan on making my life one.
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