Try this. Substitute the words "obese" and "fat person" in the rhetoric above with "nigger," "kike," "fag" or "my bitch"...
If calories needed > calories consumed, weight will be lost (body has to get calories from stored weight).
If calories needed < calories consumed, weight will be gained (body stores excess calories)
Kant made a significant distinction between what he called a "good will" and a "holy will." A man with a good will is attracted to duty and virtue for their own sake, but that does not mean that he does not have base or ignoble impulses. However, by virtue of his good will, he overcomes his less worthy natural impulses by discipline and self-denial. It is a painful process, but he has the character to overcome this pain. Now, a person with a holy will would have no desire to do a wrong act in the first place. He has no evil desires to overcome, for he has no evil desires at all. So, for example, a man with a good will may have a desire to steal from his neighbor, but he will overcome his temptation to do so because he knows it is wrong. The man with a holy will will not even desire to steal from his neighbor. —Smullyan, The Tao Is Silent
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