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The Human Body: Life Forces

Posted on April 10, 2024 by Grady Lagerstrom

The body your home is inside of is really a temple. It's comprised of forces which are well beyond human understanding.

Though beyond our understanding, the forces we have been made of aren't beyond our control. After we figure out how to grow and shape our internal forces, they'll lend us spectacular power. If we ignore them, however, these identical forces will turn sour and rot within us.

I believe the host of degenerative diseases, and the diseases that weaken our systems and lead us by way of a slow, long death, are entirely the consequence of neglect of our very own incredible internal resources. And I really believe that engaging our internal resources may be the secret to a fulfilling life, an extended life, a wholesome life, and a happy life.

What exactly could it be that differentiates a full time income cell from the dead cell? What differentiates a full time income creature from the dead creature? It is possible to have a dead man, place him on a bike, move his legs around to pedal the bike, and he just doesn't get back to life. Try making his pulse regularly exactly like it used to. Still not alive again? Think about if we force some air in to the lungs. Hmmm. Still dead. Sit him in a chair and chomp his jaws over some cereal. Force the cereal down his esophagus. What? Still dead?

We have put men on the moon. We've cloned mammals. We've split the atom. But we've not and can never return the dead alive.

There are specific physiological dysfunctions define death. Our hearts quit beating and our lungs stop expanding and our kidneys cease filtering and our toes no more wiggle. But after we restore these functions in a dead creature, life doesn't return.

It appears like after we are dead, it is rather hard to avoid.

There is really a difference that's essential between something alive then one dead. It isn't something mechanical just like the failure of a heart valve or the current presence of a big tumor. If it had been only this, we'd never die. We've, for generations, had the opportunity to restore or even to remove these imperfections.

That difference between your dead and the living may be the force that's life. There is absolutely no other name because of this force. It isn't measurable or fathomable incidentally of controlled, empirical science. There is absolutely no precise physical formula to predict what of the force. There may be no experiments compartmentalizing this force right into a canny theory.

It is really as powerful so when supernatural as any force that we've heard about in bedtime stories or find out about in books.

It is what animates tissues that could otherwise be as dead as a lump of clay. It really is why is our presence nowadays possible. It really is why is this world itself probably the most remarkable of all worlds we realize.

The force of life, the force we have been made of, is really a force that holds power over-all of the inert forces. Precisely what isn't alive is something we hold power over. We needless to say may have an issue calming the ocean with a thought, or forcing wheat out of sand. We don't have supernatural powers as overt as that. But we do have control on the inert objects and the inert forces surrounding us mainly because that people are alive plus they are not.

Not only are we alive, we have been the pinnacle of living creatures. The force of life, since it exists within us, is this force in its most complex, most intelligent form.