Your Heart!

Is your heart made of glass or made of grass? You’ll find out. 😉 We do thank you for coming to us, may be for a smile or may be for a story. What’s important is that you’re here with us, friends from the US,  the UK, India, and Serbia 😉

Within the human body is a vast amount of organs that all work together only in a divine way. God created human beings quite intricately. No scientist in the past, present or future has had or will have the ability to unlock all of the secrets that are so cleverly hidden inside the amazing work of the human body.

When it comes to the most important organs of the body. A group of scientists consider the heart is the most important organ of your body, while other groups think that the brain is the number One organ for having all the points of control for each part of your body. Both groups have their proofs of why, but it’s totally up to you to think otherwise. There is no rule for choosing the importance extent to each of your organs.

So let me ask you this: do you know how your heart work?

Perry said: “Yes, it ticks all the time like  a clock tick tock tick tock” Our team smile, and may be you too. Smiling is good, by the way, for your heart.urHeart

Anyway, your heart is a muscle about the size of your fist. It lies behind and to the left of your breastbone. The purpose of your heart is to pump blood through your blood vessels arteries and veins to all parts of your body.

The inside of your heart is divided into four chambers. The top two chambers are called “the atria” and your collection chambers for blood, the bottom two chambers are called “the ventricles” and receive the blood from the atria and pump it to the lungs. Your chambers are separated by valves which control the direction of blood flow. There are four valves in your heart.

If you were able to remember this and teach it to anyone you know, this would be great mission.

Until we chat again, leave your words for us, engage with our topics, get your inspiration, with our hugs and kisses

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