Cool, clean and inviting, who doesn’t love Water? Pools, baths, gardens, oceans…water evokes a since of power, purity and creation. If you awoke this morning and found you had no running water in your home, imagine how your day would be different.
In our world today 1 in 6 people currently have no access to safe drinking water and more than twice that (2.4 billion people) lack access to adequate sanitation facilities. The forecast is not good, human demands have exceeded the supply. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations predicts that in less than 20 years around 1800 million people will be living in areas where there is not enough clean water. The statistics are alarming, but there is hope.
Through educated consumerism, conservation and education we can dramatically reduce our overconsumption of this precious resource. The largest factor in this needless exploitation is a lack of education and responsibility. Fortunately, there is much knowledge and technology available to help conservation efforts. As a society it is time to bring into awareness and practice ways to alleviate stress on where our water is going, what we can do to conserve most maximally and why water is important to us. By utilizing water conservation techniques not only do we insure water availability but we can also improve other aspects of our life, including, but not limited to, better health and international relations. (This is an excerpt from a longer paper I wrote with full statistics). Please also look at the water crystal experiments by Dr. Emoto, profound research documenting the impact our intent has on water purity. Amazing work!