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Bless Up, God, and Gym: This old guy walks his puppy past my house every evening My auntie is in her 70s. I was telling her about a couple personal records I had set at the gym recently. In her younger age she was athletic as hell - grew up poor and never picked up a tennis racquet until her 30s but when she did...anybody could get it...she put on that tennis skirt and her lil a$$ mobbed on em boy 😂. Anyway when I was done talking she told me: “beloved, when you’re young, you wake up and keep finding out new things that your body is able to do and accomplish. When you’re my age, every day you wake up and something is taken away from you.” She wasn’t even remotely bitter. She was just giving me the game straight up so as to ensure I don’t take my blessings for granted. Never take them blessings for granted, beloveds. Those are a gift. And if you’re suffering from any physical limitation or malady whatsoever, I ask God to bless you, protect you and ease it for you! And regardless, no physical limitation could ever limit your spirit and you need to remember that. Bless up 😍❤️ p.s. “Smash I’m an atheist you don’t need to pray for me 😊.” BIH. I AIN’T ATHEIST. GOD BEEN THERE FOR ME HELLA TIMES. SO IF MY PRAYER WORK AND U BLEW YA KNEE OUT AND YA KNEE START FEELING BETTER SOON, DON’T BE ACTING BRAND NEW WITCHOE SMARTY ARTY A$$ MAKING SMARTY ARTY ATHEIST ARGUMENTS. JUST LET ME BELIEVE IN MY ILLOGICAL LIL SPIRITUAL TING AND TAKE THE ILLOGICAL BLESSING, BLESS UP 😂❤️ (📹: reddit u-crotchetyhooker)
Bless Up, God, and Gym: This old guy walks his puppy past my
 house every evening
My auntie is in her 70s. I was telling her about a couple personal records I had set at the gym recently. In her younger age she was athletic as hell - grew up poor and never picked up a tennis racquet until her 30s but when she did...anybody could get it...she put on that tennis skirt and her lil a$$ mobbed on em boy 😂. Anyway when I was done talking she told me: “beloved, when you’re young, you wake up and keep finding out new things that your body is able to do and accomplish. When you’re my age, every day you wake up and something is taken away from you.” She wasn’t even remotely bitter. She was just giving me the game straight up so as to ensure I don’t take my blessings for granted. Never take them blessings for granted, beloveds. Those are a gift. And if you’re suffering from any physical limitation or malady whatsoever, I ask God to bless you, protect you and ease it for you! And regardless, no physical limitation could ever limit your spirit and you need to remember that. Bless up 😍❤️ p.s. “Smash I’m an atheist you don’t need to pray for me 😊.” BIH. I AIN’T ATHEIST. GOD BEEN THERE FOR ME HELLA TIMES. SO IF MY PRAYER WORK AND U BLEW YA KNEE OUT AND YA KNEE START FEELING BETTER SOON, DON’T BE ACTING BRAND NEW WITCHOE SMARTY ARTY A$$ MAKING SMARTY ARTY ATHEIST ARGUMENTS. JUST LET ME BELIEVE IN MY ILLOGICAL LIL SPIRITUAL TING AND TAKE THE ILLOGICAL BLESSING, BLESS UP 😂❤️ (📹: reddit u-crotchetyhooker)

My auntie is in her 70s. I was telling her about a couple personal records I had set at the gym recently. In her younger age she was athleti...

Saw, School, and Teacher: What did "that kid" in your school do that will never leave your mind? 12.6k (self.AskReddit) submitted 12 hours ago by je suis_un_negre[+1] 8641 comments (451 new) source share save hide give gold report crosspost hide all child comments sorted by: best you are viewing a single comment's thread view the rest of the comments 4 [-1 voxetpraetereanihill +1] 2013 points 8 hours ago This kid was the trouble maker voted most likely to end up in prison. He tried to fight teachers, bullied people at random, and generally both gave, and got, a hard time. It was my school's first ever computing class, brand new computer lab and all. How this kid, who I'm almost certain was failing, got into the class I don't know He sat next to me. I didn't care - school bullies were low on my list of things to care about. He was quiet. He took notes. He tried. And I watched him get more and more frustrated, because the teacher never responded when he tried to ask questions, never tried to elaborate for him once everyone else understood. A few weeks in, I saw him trying to read my notes during programming practice. I looked at his screen, and saw what he'd done wrong. I slid my notes across, silently tapped the part he needed, and went back to my work. It took me a long time to realise that he was quite smart, but had some kind of learning disability. And for that entire year, if he had questions, he asked me. I have the ability to explain a single concept six different ways, and would quietly do so until he got it. We never spoke a word to each other outside of that classroom, and I've no idea where he is now, but the teacher announced on our final day that the whole class had passed. permalink source embed save save-RES report give gold reply hide child comments <p>Wholesome askreddit story via /r/wholesomememes <a href="https://ift.tt/2KDcE4F">https://ift.tt/2KDcE4F</a></p>
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 This kid was the trouble maker voted most likely to end up in prison. He tried to fight teachers, bullied people at
 random, and generally both gave, and got, a hard time.
 It was my school's first ever computing class, brand new computer lab and all. How this kid, who I'm almost certain
 was failing, got into the class I don't know
 He sat next to me. I didn't care - school bullies were low on my list of things to care about. He was quiet. He took
 notes. He tried. And I watched him get more and more frustrated, because the teacher never responded when he
 tried to ask questions, never tried to elaborate for him once everyone else understood.
 A few weeks in, I saw him trying to read my notes during programming practice. I looked at his screen, and saw what
 he'd done wrong. I slid my notes across, silently tapped the part he needed, and went back to my work.
 It took me a long time to realise that he was quite smart, but had some kind of learning disability. And for that entire
 year, if he had questions, he asked me. I have the ability to explain a single concept six different ways, and would
 quietly do so until he got it.
 We never spoke a word to each other outside of that classroom, and I've no idea where he is now, but the teacher
 announced on our final day that the whole class had passed.
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Saw, School, and Teacher: What did "that kid" in your school do that will never leave your mind? 12.6k (self.AskReddit) submitted 12 hours ago by je suis_un_negre[+1] 8641 comments (451 new) source share save hide give gold report crosspost hide all child comments sorted by: best you are viewing a single comment's thread view the rest of the comments 4 [-1 voxetpraetereanihill +1] 2013 points 8 hours ago This kid was the trouble maker voted most likely to end up in prison. He tried to fight teachers, bullied people at random, and generally both gave, and got, a hard time. It was my school's first ever computing class, brand new computer lab and all. How this kid, who I'm almost certain was failing, got into the class I don't know He sat next to me. I didn't care - school bullies were low on my list of things to care about. He was quiet. He took notes. He tried. And I watched him get more and more frustrated, because the teacher never responded when he tried to ask questions, never tried to elaborate for him once everyone else understood. A few weeks in, I saw him trying to read my notes during programming practice. I looked at his screen, and saw what he'd done wrong. I slid my notes across, silently tapped the part he needed, and went back to my work. It took me a long time to realise that he was quite smart, but had some kind of learning disability. And for that entire year, if he had questions, he asked me. I have the ability to explain a single concept six different ways, and would quietly do so until he got it. We never spoke a word to each other outside of that classroom, and I've no idea where he is now, but the teacher announced on our final day that the whole class had passed. permalink source embed save save-RES report give gold reply hide child comments <p>Wholesome askreddit story</p>
Saw, School, and Teacher: What did "that kid" in your school do that will never leave your mind?
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 submitted 12 hours ago by je suis_un_negre[+1]
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 4 [-1 voxetpraetereanihill +1] 2013 points 8 hours ago
 This kid was the trouble maker voted most likely to end up in prison. He tried to fight teachers, bullied people at
 random, and generally both gave, and got, a hard time.
 It was my school's first ever computing class, brand new computer lab and all. How this kid, who I'm almost certain
 was failing, got into the class I don't know
 He sat next to me. I didn't care - school bullies were low on my list of things to care about. He was quiet. He took
 notes. He tried. And I watched him get more and more frustrated, because the teacher never responded when he
 tried to ask questions, never tried to elaborate for him once everyone else understood.
 A few weeks in, I saw him trying to read my notes during programming practice. I looked at his screen, and saw what
 he'd done wrong. I slid my notes across, silently tapped the part he needed, and went back to my work.
 It took me a long time to realise that he was quite smart, but had some kind of learning disability. And for that entire
 year, if he had questions, he asked me. I have the ability to explain a single concept six different ways, and would
 quietly do so until he got it.
 We never spoke a word to each other outside of that classroom, and I've no idea where he is now, but the teacher
 announced on our final day that the whole class had passed.
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