The Story Of Our Bodies: Hidden Inherence

It is said that there is a custom in the ancient Indians. When a person's body moves too fast, he will stamp and camp, waiting for his soul to catch up with him. Some people say they stop every three days, others say they stop every seven days.

In a word, people can't go on blindly, should stay in the void of the journey and meet with the soul. The soul seems to be a weak person with heavy burdens or disability on hands and feet often lag behind.

When people don't want to do something, it's like the body running in front and the soul chasing behind. At this time, the body will face the world unwittingly in the most languid posture.

Lounge in here it's not an attitude, it's just the most everyday moment.