Religion Shouldn’t Validate You


Imagine an exercise program that prioritizes comfort above all.

You don’t have to go running, do sit-ups, or get your heart rate up. You don’t have to lift weights or push the limits of your endurance. If you feel like sitting on the couch, the program says you should do that. If you’d rather get up and walk around, that’s fine, too — just make sure you don’t do anything you don’t want.