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finnharries Happy Fathers Day Dad. He always told me this phrase 'don't be a looney all your life'. I think it stems from an insecurity that he is himself a little bit 'looney'. The older he gets, the more eccentric he becomes so I made him this to make sure he doesn't forget his own wise words. If you're celebrating the day, go tell your dad how much you appreciate him. We never tell them enough. 1w
  •   july_rzu Of course they don't worth less (I didn't say that) and I can't forbid love, I respect them, but that way to love even God see it bad, you can read the bible and check it... And then here's the question, If I believe I'm right, why did God create them?, It's not so easy to answer it, but sometimes God allow wrong things in our life because He wants we looking for him, we depend on him and we ask to him to fix things!, the reason? To see that EVERYTHING is possible to him, so He can change us. That's the way I see it @ssaara___ , and I don't pretend to offend or judge... I have homosexual friends and I love them, but I don't support that, here you see the reasons. 18h
  •   july_rzu I don't ignore God and mix bad and good things like most people do nowadays. @ssaara___ I hope you respect my way to think in the same way I did it with you. *sorry because my english* 18h
  •   ssaara___ I respect your opinion. However I don't see it that way. You can't change homosexuality. And everyone should have the right to marry the person they love. I know that God is a God full of love. Therefor he shouldn't be against it. If you have read the bible I'm sure you know that there says some things about women that aren't that good. Things that we today, at least in most of the world, don't follow. That a woman should be at home, etc. The bible is about 2000 years old, times change. The world has changed. And it's a good thing. Look, I don't want to talk about what is right or wrong to believe. But you have to understand, many Christians don't think gay marriage is wrong. I can't say exactly Finn's opinion about this, but mine is that you can't trust everything you read. Many things have they choose to not have in the bible, because it's not trustworthy enough. But you can trust that God is full of love. He wouldn't want us to be unhappy. Equal rights is very important. My point is - just because a person is Christian, doesn't mean they don't support gay marriage. And it's absolutely nothing wrong with that. :) @july_rzu 17h
  •   ssaara___ And oh, I'm sorry about my English too. It's not that good. :p @july_rzu 17h
  •   july_rzu A really christian person must follow God's word without distortioning it, man and woman He created says... I think you are confunding and mixing things... But I don't pretend change the way you see things... I just want to say, if you believe in God's love @ssaara___ I assume that you believe in his existence, so, talk to him, ask him what is good or bad, don't pay attention to me and don't let society intervene on it! You should @finnharries He can answer you and get you out of that state of confution, just be pattient... And of course I'm not perfect, I'm a sinner sinning in a different way, God loves every body, every sinner in the world but not they sin!... It was a pleasure talk to you, I say goodbye @ssaara___ ^^ 11h
  •   july_rzu I'll have you in my prayers @ssaara___ and @finnharries , thank you for your time... 11h
  •   ssaara___ I don't agree with your opinions, but I'm very happy that you responded in a respectful- and actually a very mature way for being at your age. Not many people do that. Thank you. @july_rzu 11h
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finnharries Breakfast of champions! Pauline is back in town and we're celebrating with brunch at Juicebaby. 🏻@livingthehealthychoice 2w

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finnharries Jack spent 24 hours in Istanbul with this strapped to his head. Istanbul is a city we've wanted to go to for a long time. Check out the new video on @jacksgap. Link in my bio. 3w

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finnharries Admiring the architecture in Marrakech airport this morning. Clean lines and natural light. 3w

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finnharries Goofing around in a street market in Bagamoyo, Tanzania. Why travel? Because by exploring new places and cultures that are completely alien to your own, you gain a new perspective and respect for the world that surrounds you. 4w

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finnharries Some of the lovely children we spent the last week with in Tanzania. The school they're standing in was funded by the non profit that we were there to make a film about. It's part of the Following Heart series on @jacksgap. Photo by the ludicrously talented @joshzoo 4w

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finnharries Headed to the airport after five days of filming in Bagamoyo, Tanzania. It's been an awesome adventure with @gregmccahon @joshzoo and @jackharries, I'm excited to share the story we captured. We've also just shared a new Shed Session with Mr @jeremyloops on the JacksGap YouTube channel. Link in the description! 4w

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finnharries Day 1 in Bagamoyo, Tanzania. After we spent half the day filming with Nicholas, he took Jacks camera and asked to be taught how to use it. It's great to be back! 1mon

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finnharries Brooklyn picnic with @cubbygraham and @katejankowski. I'm going to miss this city over the summer break. If you have a passion or a dream that you're thinking about pursuing, even if means leaving the comfort of your home, your family or your job, do it! When you look back on your life you will regret the decisions you didn't make more than the ones you did. 1mon

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finnharries My mad brother @jackharries and his team of reprobates recently spent sometime in Tokyo, Japan where they made a film. It's now up on our channel on YouTube on @jacksgap. I'm sad I couldn't of been there to help film it. Check out the camera rig that both Jack and @timothyshieff wore for the shoot. Madness. 1mon

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finnharries I spent a long time looking for a good bike to get me around New York City. I stumbled upon Tokyobike by chance on Instagram when they announced the launch of their new shop in Manhattan. Originally created in Tokyo, Japan these beauties embrace simple, functional design. If you're in town check out their new shop and say hi to the lovely people that run it! I'm a big fan. @tokyobike_nyc. Photo by the awesome @cubbygraham 1mon

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finnharries This is the roof of the university I study at. It was designed to capture stormwater run off which helps reduce the amount of polluted water that runs into New Yorks harbours. Above this is a water collection tank that filters rainwater and distributes it to where it is needed within the building. Conscious, thoughtful design like this is key to a sustainable human future. 2mon

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finnharries Birthday world jump with @charitywater founder Scott Harrison! Thank you for the lovely comments. Please help me celebrate turning 22 by donating to our little fundraising page. The link is in the description on my profile. Thank you for being awesome and helping me celebrate in style. #worldjump photo by the very talented @kevinwonka 2mon

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finnharries This is Kohl. He runs a pretty awesome company called @krochetkids. They design beautiful products made entirely by women in Uganda and Peru. They help provide education and mentorship to every employee and each item is hand signed by the person that made it. He's wearing one of their beanies. I'm a big fan of the work they do. We met while he was passing through New York to see how @jacksgap could get involved. #knowwhomadeit 2mon

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finnharries Wait until you see it... #worldjump Washington. Photo by @kevinwonka 2mon

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finnharries This is my mother. Yesterday she celebrated her 53rd birthday. I feel extraordinarily lucky to have her as my guide as I haphazardly stumble along the journey that is life. It's always good to take a second to appreciate those who have supported you through every decision you've made. Photo credit goes to Mr @jackharries 2mon

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finnharries Last weekend I spent some time exploring a rooftop in Manhattan. My good friend @timtothewild made a little film about it. Click the link on my profile to check it out. 2mon

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finnharries I nearly got hit by a car taking this photo on my bike as I cycled down 5th avenue... When it was completed in 1902, with 21 floors the Flatiron Building became one of the tallest buildings in Manhattan. It was received with mixed reviews, The New York Times called it a 'monstrosity'. Today's it's one of the most iconic skyscrapers in the world and a U.S. National Historic Landmark. 2mon

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finnharries New York living. 2mon

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finnharries So I met this guy a couple of months back called @cubbygraham. He works at @charitywater and he's like a creative ball of energy. I was in Brooklyn last weekend and we stopped by Cubby's apartment. He lives with a couple of friends in an old factory on the river edge. This is the view from his kitchen window. Despite being one of the most modern cities in world, in this picture New York looks like it's been in a time capsule for the last 30 years. Go follow @cubbygraham if you don't already. 2mon

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