I AM THE WIND
ON LAND, NO BLADE OF GRASS MOVES WITHOUT ME
AT SEA, EVERY RISING WAVE IS TOUCHED BY ME
WHEREVER YOU ARE, I AM HIGH ENOUGH TO SEE YOU
AND STRONG ENOUGH TO REACH OUT TO YOU
AND PLACE STRENGTH IN YOUR HAND
YOU MAY NOT ALWAYS SEE ME
BUT YOU WILL ALWAYS FEEL ME
I AM HERE FOR A HIGHER PURPOSE.
For example, the air we breath is taken into our lungs as a combination of approximately 20% Oxygen and *05 Nitrogen. The air we expel from our lungs, is mainly carbonic acid and carbon dioxide. What happens to the Nitrogen?
This is what happens when we breathe. The two main classes of enzymes in our lungs come into action the moment air reaches the tiny bunch-of-grapes-like interior of our lungs, known as alveoli.
One set of enzymes, known as Oxidase, separate the Oxygen while the other set of enzymes, known as Nitrase,separate the Nitrogen from the air.
The Oxygen is collected, by enzyme action, by the blood and circulates it through the human body, while the Nitrogen, by the action of "transportation" enzymes, passes into the human body for protein generation.
"Do not be surprised because I told you. All of you need to be born from above. The wind blows where it pleases and, though you hear the sound of it, you neither know whence it comes nor where it goes. It is the same with every one who is born of the Spirit."