I LOVE YOU MY DEAR FOOT
Posted March 18, 2016on:
You carried my body weighty for 65 long years. You carried to everywhere I wished in all seasons and reasons. You obeyed me always. Never let me care for your pain swelling or weariness. I jumped, I climbed, I skipped I walked, I walked, I, I danced and stood for long on you, on steep hills slippery places in swamps and swings. I ignored you. I gave more attention to my face hands and other parts of body but never cared much for you my dear adorable feet. You took to distant lands. I climbed 300 stairs in Nepal to visit a temple with my Indian, Nepali and Bangladeshi friends. You made me see the world and nature’s beauty. I am so ungrateful. It is truly said that every mishaps has something good, some lesson, some moral and definitely some blessing.
I have copied some information about foot from internet for self an others to take care of their precious feet. Now I love my health God made left foot and right foot which has 9 screws and two plates to hold the smashed bones
The human foot combines mechanical complexity and structural strength. The ankle serves as foundation, shock absorber and propulsion engine. The foot can sustain enormous pressure (several tons over the course of a one-mile run) and provides flexibility and resiliency.
The foot and ankle contain:
- 26 bones (One-quarter of the bones in the human body are in the feet.);
- 33 joints;
- more than 100 muscles, tendons and ligaments(Tendons are fibrous tissues that connect muscles to bones and ligaments are fibrous tissues that connect bones to other bones.); and
- a network of blood vessels, nerves, skin, and soft tissue.
These components work together to provide the body with support, balance, and mobility. A structural flaw or malfunction in any one part can result in the development of problems elsewhere in the body (such as back pain). Abnormalities in other parts of the body can lead to problems in the feet.