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I am happy to announce the upcoming of discussion forum for the users on Barefootny website. This forum would need registration, and my validation before you can post. Hope you all would enjoy, and contribute to the discussion about Barefoot as way of life
A few people say that they don’t want to see feet while they are eating. This is an interesting but entirely nonsensical neurosis. Feet, hands, toes, fingers … what’s the difference? In any case, apparently “acceptable” sandals often cover little more of the feet … an indication that there is really no logic at work here. We really don’t have to buy into such an illogical neurosis.
I have some bad news for you:
You walk wrong.
Look, it’s not your fault. It’s your shoes. Shoes are bad. I don’t just mean stiletto heels, or cowboy boots, or tottering espadrilles, or any of the other fairly obvious foot-torture devices into which we wincingly jam our feet. I mean all shoes. Shoes hurt your feet. They change how you walk. In fact, your feet—your poor, tender, abused, ignored, maligned, misunderstood feet—are getting trounced in a war that’s been raging for roughly a thousand years: the battle of shoes versus feet. Do your poor,abused,feet a favor - stop the torture - give them their freedom - walk barefoot.
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enjoy it with bare feet
It is healthy, fun, and relaxing
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back pain ranks as the number two reason people see a doctor.
Sometimes the cause is obvious, like a sports injury or bending the wrong way. Other times, however, the reason might be surprising, like when the culprit turns out to be improper footwear. There are million types of shoes, shoes for walking, for running, for tennis, for ballet, for weight lifting, dress shoes, and more and more.
Do you buy the shoes for each activity you do? You must be rich if you can afford this, I for one can not, and will not.
Save yourself the money and trouble of looking for the right shoes, the right color, size, fit, and comfort – walk barefoot where ever possible. You can walk barefoot, run barefoot,play tennis barefoot, drive barefoot, play golf barefoot, and do most of what you do with shoes – but barefoot.
A shoe is an item of footwear intended to protect the human foot while doing various dangerous activities. Shoes are also used as an item of decoration. Shoes are not necessary in a normal day to day life.
A wonderful world of living with bare feet
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Our feet were made to go barefoot - why do we need shoes?