Paul Moore

Paul Moore
Paul Moore "used to be" 270 pounds. He hated running/working out and was addicted to many unhealthy foods. Over the last 3+ years he has chosen a better way to live. He now weighs 185 pounds, loves running/working out and follows the Word of Wisdom for his nutritional needs. He seeks to help others improve their lives physically and spiritually through his website www.DrivenDeep.com.

The Light Calls To You

The Light Calls To You

Since I watched the new Star Wars movie “The Force Awakens” I’ve been thinking continually about light versus darkness. In the movie, one of the most impactful scenes for me personally was when Kylo Ren was talking to the old helmet of Darth Vader, who, SPOILER ALERT, is his grandfather. In the scene he tells his grandfather, “Forgive me. I feel …

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3 Ways We Sabotage Our Weight Loss Success

3 Ways We Sabotage Our Weight Loss Success

James Allen once said, “A man is literally what he thinks, his character being the complete sum of all his thoughts.” I believe the same principle exists in the health and fitness of the body. A man is literally what he eats, his body being the complete sum of all he consumes. There are numerous ways we can sabotage our …

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Sin is Like Snow

Sin is Like Snow

My favorite time to run is when its snowing. This may seem crazy to some, but when it snows I feel a closeness to God that I cannot describe. His presence seems to envelope my soul as I run through the tiny tender mercies that shower the ground. Whenever I run, no matter the season I find running to be …

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How to Kill a Demon

How to Kill a Demon

Every last one of us on earth has demon’s. Every last one of us has our favorite sins to commit. Every last one of us has experienced negative emotions that rob the mind of its clarity. When I talk of demons I am talking about sins, I am talking about emotions that paralyze the soul. When I talk of demons …

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Quick Fixes vs. Long-Term Change: A Weight Loss Journey

We live in a society that is built on a foundation of “instant gratification,” a foundation that is gaining greater influence by the minute. Here are a few examples to get your mind going… Miracle drugs that do all the work, and allow us to eat whatever we want whenever we want Food that is served in seconds Doctors who …

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