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This blog is the story of a journey from fatness to fitness. The strange thing is that I am no longer sure it is the physical journey or a physical change that is the most important. There are physical changes and some weight loss but the mental and spiritual changes are the lasting ones. Not spiritual in any religious way but  (I was struggling for the right word so I enlisted the help of the web) intangible and hard to define.

I love the way that as a resource the “web” can provide data – which may or may not be – information – in an informative way. I was OK with the http://www.thefreedictionary.com/spiritual definition until it included synonyms using a link to “immaterial”. So I take great exception at my thoughts being “of no importance or relevance; inconsequential or irrelevant” but they are intangible so do “have no material body or form”.


spiritual  –  spir·i·tu·al  (spr-chl)


1. Of, relating to, consisting of, or having the nature of spirit; not tangible or material. See Synonyms at immaterial.
2. Of, concerned with, or affecting the soul.
3. Of, from, or relating to God; deific.
4. Of or belonging to a church or religion; sacred.
5. Relating to or having the nature of spirits or a spirit; supernatural.

1. A religious folk song of African-American origin.
2. A work composed in imitation of such a song.
Religious, spiritual, or ecclesiastical matters. Often used in the plural.

[Middle English, from Old French spirituel, from Latin spritulisof breathing, spiritual, from spritusbreath; see spirit.]

spiri·tu·al·ly adv.
spiri·tu·al·ness n.
im·ma·te·ri·al  (m-tîrl)


1. Of no importance or relevance; inconsequential or irrelevant.
2. Having no material body or form.

imma·teri·al·ly adv.
imma·teri·al·ness n.
Synonyms: immaterial, incorporeal, insubstantial, metaphysical, spiritual
These adjectives mean lacking material body, form, or substance: immaterial apparitions; an incorporeal spirit; insubstantial victories; metaphysical forces; spiritual beings. See Also Synonyms at irrelevant.

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