We all express ourselves in a unique special way. We all love water, we may not really get that. Everyone knows that water is the one thing that connects us, sustains us and brings us together.
“ Water is the most critical resource issue of our lifetime and our children's lifetime. The health of our waters is the principal measure of how we live on the land. “ -- Luna Leopold
World Water Day is March 22nd, now is the time to share your love for water. Help celebrate, honor and protect water. Water is life. Together we can take a stand for water, join us in raising awareness about the healing power of water. It starts with a shared intention and collective action.
There is a growing global movement of people who realize how precious and finite our water truly is. There is an evolutionary shift of consciousness that is taking place around the world. Real progress has been made, and yet those who oppose protecting our planet have become more resourceful in undermining all the progress that has been achieved. World Water Day is the one day that we should all take the time to pay our respect to the guiding principles of sustainability, peace, health, and prosperity that water provides.
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Despite our cultural differences we all share much in common. Be a part of the movement towards positive change. World Water Day is that focal point where we can come together we can preserve and protect water.
We are all water babies. We were born in water. Water is our first medicine. We’ve got to wake up and cherish this water, starting with the H2O in our own body. Thank the water for giving us life. – Grandma Agnes Pilgrim, 13 Indigenous Grandmother Council
Water cleanses, renews and connects. Water flows through obstacles, removes barriers, breaks down mountains and breaths life in all nature. We all need access to safe, clean drinking water. It’s a human right. Unfortunately, committees here in the United States and throughout the world have water that is too contaminated to drink and no resources to clean it up.
What we now need is a convergence of streams of concerned global citizens to come together as one to raise the level of water consciousness in the world. As one we can create a powerful force to protect our water. We need to call upon our world’s leaders, spiritual healers, captains of industry to create a world where every human being has access to safe drinking water.
Please help spread the word through your networks, let’s all share our love for water together.
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Many cities report that their tap water has high levels of lead, nitrates, arsenic or other pollutants. Today, as it stand many communities simply have no way of knowing if their tap water is safe or contaminated. As there is no testing or monitoring that takes place.