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But before you click, I'll tell you something.
I've been running in Paris, London, New York, Bangkok and some other big cities. I like to get familiar with the cities by getting lost on their streets. It's fun and sometimes, when I get lost, its scary.
After those runs I've washed my face and found my cotton pads black from city dust. My face sucks the dirt from city air and I guess my lungs do the same. I have came home with bad skin. Here in Arctic Circle, I obviously don't have these problems.
To me BREATH is about attitude. A non-cynical one. It wants to show you the universal beauty of being and simplicity. They're the things I wish to hold through this new political era of anger.
P.S. A human takes an average of twelve breaths each minute. That makes 720 breaths each hour, and 17 280 in a day. Of course if you run, you need to take more...
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