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Mindful : October 2016
Is n’ t this interesting? A shift in perspective can open us up to the fundamental wonder of being alive. Next time you’re sitting with yourself and can’t seem to bear it, remember how remarkable you really are... INFORMATION In a single day, a drop of your blood clocks 12,000 miles in its journey through your body. When you blush, so does the lining of your stomach. Half your DNA is the same DNA as a banana. Your brain is made of 73% water. The brain has no pain receptors and so it wouldn’t hurt if someone plunged a knife straight into it. There are more bacteria living in your mouth than people living on Ear th. Your body is con- tinually regenerating. It makes 25 million new cells every second. The cells in your stomach are replaced once every five days, your taste buds regenerate every 10 days, the outer layer of your skin (the epidermis) once a month, the liver once a year, and your entire skeleton every decade. Your body is made up of approximately 7,000,000,000,000,000, 000,000,000000 atoms (that’s 7 octillion).