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Why would you care about a visibly overweight stranger? A person who needs a chair to sit on during long strolls through a department store? A person whose breathing you can hear as you travel close by them in an elevator? Do you understand a person who never seems to gain weight yet always eats or a person who shows their skeleton bones on the outside of their body? Without judgement, do you have empathy? This question matters, for we can only keep the abstinence we’ve found by giving the resources away. I know that I’m broken when it comes

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