You have around 100 trillion bacteria living in your gut — and that’s a good thing. Known as gut flora or the gut microbiome, these microorganisms help your body digest certain foods, aid the immune system, and maintain a healthy gastrointestinal tract, all in exchange for a constant food supply.
But when you die, your friendly gut flora quickly become your gut foe. Without food, the microbes escape your GI tract through the circulatory system and spread to your other organs, feeding on your dying cells and colonizing your body. (1)
Who defines that our boundary is our skin?
Who makes us so tiny when we are gods?
Stop believing your are just matter ready to be consumed by microbes.
You are the universe.
And you will live for ever…