RELATED: 5 Rules for Loving Your Body From Model Ashley Graham Just as beauty isn’t limited to one body type, neither is health.

“When people see a big person, they equate them with unhealthy,” says Graham. “I believe you can be healthy at any size as long as you’re getting off the couch and moving your body,” says Graham. Regardless of the size, I’ve always been active because I know it’s the healthier version for me.” In order to stay active, Graham stresses how important it is to find something you actually love doing. “I’ve tried many different classes where I thought ‘I don’t know if I can do that again,’ but now I love things I never imagined I would, like boxing.” The model also likes to mix things up, with Cross Fit, barre, bootcamp, rollerblading, and weight-lifting.

list, delivering a TED Talk on body diversity, and serving as leading body-positive activist, one thing is certain: Ashley Graham is taking the world by storm.

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You can’t listen to people who call you unhealthy, because that's not something that can be determined simply by appearance.

“I’ve been told I’m a promoter of diabetes, and those people are just uneducated,” she says.

The three covers conveyed the powerful message that beauty isn’t defined by one size and shape—the very statement Graham has been making throughout her career.

We spoke with the iconic model herself to find out what she thinks it really takes to be healthy.

By agreeing on the basic fact that rich and poor people look at the same sun, Ponyboy and Cherry take a small step toward a potential reconciliation between the rival gangs.

This moment of concord comes early in the narrative, and its idealistic tone makes the rifts and violence to come all the more painful.One line in the poem reads, “Nothing gold can stay,” meaning that all good things must come to an end.By the end of the novel, the boys apply this idea to youthful innocence, believing that they cannot remain forever unsullied by the harsh realities of life.Here, Johnny urges Ponyboy to remain gold, or innocent.Johnny now senses the uselessness of fighting; he knows that Ponyboy is better than the average hoodlum, and he wants Ponyboy to hold onto the golden qualities that set him apart from his companions.The quotation also recalls the period of time during which the boys’ friendship blossoms and solidifies—the idyllic interlude at the church.