'Berger is one of the most influential British intellectuals of the past 50 years, still best known for his seminal book of art criticism, Ways of Seeing, which was published in 1972 and has shaped the thinking of at least two generations of artists and students. From as far back as 1958, though, when he wrote his first novel, A Painter In Our Time, he was dealing with exile and displacement, which, has since become one of the defining political and social issues of our time.'
“Therefore, there is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus.” Romans 8:1 (NIV) We’re all broken and wounded. That’s why we need a Savior. We’re guilty but because of His sacrifice we’re pardoned
If someone decides they'd rather spend their time creating art, helping people, or simply being with their families instead of going to the gym every free minute they can find, who are you to judge them? Who are you to condemn them for not being what you consider an "acceptable size"? Who are you to assume they must be unhealthy? Love who you are.