Toms One day without shoes?

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Question by Christopher: Toms One day without shoes?
did anybody participate in Toms One day without shoes?

One Without Shoes was an event hosted by Tom’s Shoes. You go the whole day barefoot to raise awareness for the people who have to go barefoot everyday in third world countries. Even going just an hour will help. The idea is when people ask you about your bare feet, you tell them about Tom’s Shoes and the people who have to go barefoot everyday.
it was on April 8th

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4 Responses to Toms One day without shoes?

  1. No but wow! What days it on? I’d love to participate :)

    May 23, 2014 at 5:08 pm

  2. It’s pretty misguided to subject children whose ancestors never found any use for shoes to the fungal and bacterial infections, foot odors, pain, and deformities that plague those who are currently forced by social pressures to wear them even in summer. Hopefully though this exercise taught a few people that they can get along quite well barefoot as God intended.
    A month without shoes, though, would have given people a much fairer idea about what it’s like to go barefoot all the time. It’s been nearly a month already since either of my boys have worn any shoes. They’ve always enjoyed going barefoot everywhere for at least 8 months out of every year. Their feet are perfectly healthy, and have never come to any harm. Once you’re used to going barefoot, you pretty much don’t want to wear any shoes. Most foot problems are caused by shoes. People who are always barefoot have much healthier feet. Barefoot is natural and healthy.

    May 23, 2014 at 5:30 pm

  3. Hi Dear,
    Going barefoot hurts the bottom of my feet,and besides that,with my luck I would step on a Honey Bee..That Hurts!!!
    Your Friend,

    May 23, 2014 at 5:57 pm

  4. No, did you?

    Or are you advertising on Y!A?

    May 23, 2014 at 6:55 pm

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