Ruled by the oceans
2/3 of our planet is covered with water. As humans, our bodies consist of 70-95% water – depending on our age and constitution. We breathe roughly 10.000 liters of air each day of which 20% is oxygen – produced within trees that averagely grow as many individual leaves as a human grows hairs on his head. And just as our hairiness is rooted and fueled by the largest human organ, our skin, the “organ” that nourishes a plant’s roots, is soil. Packed with layers of nutrients and minerals, it equally contributes to maintaining both the complex and colorful ecosystem we live in and the complex and curious organisms we are.
Especially as we roam the outdoors, we know how a jump into clear water, a deep inhale of fresh air or taking off our shoes and digging our feet into soft and warm sand, can be so relieving.