Posted by CODEPINK Staff
By Linda Milazzo, originally posted on Huffpo
There are some things we humans have just one of. We have one heart, one liver, one tongue, one nose… Of course, there are probable anomalies to even these similarities. I’m sure in the annals of medicine there are cases of individuals with multiples of even these, although physiologically we humans need just one.
Our organs are individual and perform at different degrees of efficiency. My heart is different from yours, as are the rest of my organs. Although we all have one heart, one liver, one tongue, one nose, etc., we don’t all share the same one, and the ones we have all vary from each other. We’re similar, yet unique.
Okay, by now you’re probably wondering ‘where the hell is she going with this?‘
Just hang with me for a bit while I try to explain. I know I’m being obtuse and waxing way more philosophical (and physiological) than my average intelligence allows. But I’m inspired to say a bit more… keep reading...
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