An estimated six trillion reactions are taking place in each human cell every second. If this stream of transformation ever ceased our cells would fall into disorder, which is synonymous with aging.
In fact, aging is a mask for the loss of intelligence and creativity. Quantum physics tells us that there is no end to the cosmic work. The universal fields of energy and information never stop transforming items, becoming new at every second. Our bodies also obey this creative impulse. However, we cannot observe it.
To stay alive, our body must live on the wings of change. At each moment we are exhaling atoms of hydrogen, oxygen, carbon and nitrogen that just an instant before were locked up in solid matter. Actually, our stomach, liver, heart, lungs and brain are disappearing into thin air, being replaced as quickly and endlessly as they are being broken down.
Medical research has proved that our skin replaces itself once a month; the stomach renews the skeleton every three months. To our naked eyes, these organs look the same every moment, but they are always influx. By the end of a year, 99 % of the atoms in our body will have been exchanged for new ones. A high proportion of this endless change works to our benefit. With the exception of few enzyme, most react with amino acid perfectly.
On a strand of DNA coded with billions of pieces of genetic information just one night fails to repair correctly when damage occur. These rare mistakes are imperceptible.
Our body can play many times. However, the invisible cracks in our body perfection do count. The decision of our cells falters slowly. The ever new becomes slightly less new and we age.
There are thousands of tiny waves that bring in the tide of old age. However, at any moment, aging accounts for only per annum of the total change-taking place inside our body. The remaining 99% of the energy and intelligence that we are imposed of is untouched by aging process. In terms of the body as a process, eliminating this dysfunction would delay aging. However, it is indispensable to find the control switch that manipulates the body''s inner intelligence, which is undoubtedly arduous.