The author is uncertain, but some possibilities are:
The author is a Canadian man who wrote the quote on a greeting card for Carleton Cards in the mid 1970's . In return for his quote he was remunerated and signed away the copyright to Carleton Cards.
George Carlin USED it. Hilary Cooper USED it. They did not write it.
There is no certainty to who actually came up with it, but I've heard it was Stephanie Marcotte. I'm not sure if this is true, though.
In many links on the web, the quote is stated as, "In the end, it's not going to matter how many breaths you took, but how many moments took your breath away" and attributed to Shing Xiong (whomever that is).
George Carlin may have used the quote but he did not create it ...
The quote was originally on a Carleton greeting card .
I read somewhere that Mark Twain originated the quote
Edit: Carlton Cards / American Greetings denied that this was created by them. One would be justified in being suspicious of the "Carleton" Cards rumor, because the name is misspelled.
George Carlin said it. Hilary Cooper is the one that most often is quoted as using it though usually it shows up as "Anonymous"
Often attributed to George Carlin.
Life is worth many things. There are ups and downs in life but you learn to cooperate with all these obstacles. Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take but by the number of moments that take our breath away- Anonymous
Maya Angelou said "Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away". Ruth Gordon said "Courage is like a muscle, we strengthen it by use".
Respiration rate is the number of breaths in a minute. If you hold your breath for a minute the respiratory rate will be zero so yes
Respirations, or breaths, are measured by how many occur in one minute. Many medical people count breaths for 15 seconds, then multiply that number by 4 (equaling one minute's worth)
30 compressions per 2 breaths for 1 rescuer adult/child/infant 15 compressions per 2 breaths for 2 rescuer child/infant
Of course that depends on how fast (often) you breathe, which you neglected to include in the question.Pulling a number out of thin air ... let's say you average 15 breaths a minute.Then 1,000,000 breaths = 66,666 minutes = 1,111 hours = 46.3 days (all are rounded)
the answer is 20
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30 compressions to 2 breaths
we can check our breath rate by measuring our pulse rate means by checking the number of beat in the vein of our hand.secondly it is to be noticed that when ever a person walks or exercinse the inhalation and exilation process increases and the number of breaths increases per minute.
17,280-23,040 per day ...