The Heat of Our Bodies is Sunbeams

Breathe upon your hand, and feel how hot your breath is; well, that heat which you feel, was once in a sunbeam, and has travelled from it through the food you have eaten, and has now been at work keeping up the heat of your body.


Taken in through the food we eat and working to keep us warm.

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