Reflection by WEI-CHEN L.
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Every cells work their best effort until they died. Every human being were made by billions of cell, and there were so much of different kind of cell working together. We can’t see the cell easily, they were small mostly, but they worked as hard as they can to help our body work well. The cell can be beat down by other cell too. If there were no cells, the human won’t even living in the earth anymore. Mr. Bolinsky knows about the cell and he has the technology to drown down the looking of the cell.
I love what he said: “No matter how lazy you feel, your are not really intrinsically doing nothing.”
This quote is funny but telling the truth. You feel lazy, but the cell inside of your body don’t. They work their hardest to keep up the body no matter what happen. If a cell is smaller than a human being billions times more, why couldn’t a human keep up what they were doing? A cell knew to get his buddy to work together and solve the problem, and when the cells worked more, they made you become stronger.
In the end of the life cycle, the cells die. Those cell could be attacked by the virus or diseases, as they do, they don’t give up easliy.
Mr. Bolinsky wants the world know how the cell works, not only imagaine it anymore. I agree with Mr. Bolinsky that the cell are the truth and the beauty, the cell works in our life everyday, every minutes, every seconds try to help the body.