The Beauty of Tap Water

 

We must remember to be thankful for Tap Water...

 

It has a life in a timescale we know nothing of

Our ancient rivers and lakes provide the water, yet we never see it returned in the same pure form

It almost tastes sweet after the manifold treatments it undergoes

We flush it, scrub it, brush it, wash it, mix it, spit it, drain it, heat it, and drink it

It’s so accessible we forget where it comes from

The little resources we do have, we often forget to cherish

 

Remember to treasure your Water

 

Remember that clear flow dripping from your faucet is that same water from your nearest lake, river, sea, glacier, or ground resources and rain

Remember for it to trickle in it’s crystal quality it was handled and cared for a million times the cost you will pay

Remember that after it drains from your hands that droplet will never return to its source but continue to travel the water cycle endless kilometres away

Remember that for you to preserve those ancient sources you can limit its use

Remember before anything, that this same water is your liquid air. It allows your body to move, your thoughts to flow, and your spirit to grow

 

Revere it

 

Cut the tap when not being handled

Limit your time or shower when truly needed

Turn off the shower when scrubbing

Choose the less timely washing machine modes

Finish your glass of water, don’t chuck it

 

Treasure your Water


Jal Tores is a born traveller and cultured on many subjects. Impassioned by people and health, nature’s important role, cultures and languages, his encounters are guided by the need to discover. As he continuously travels he seeks to share all of his revelations. Follow him here: www.jalshare.com

Jal Tores

JAL TORES is a born traveller and cultured on many subjects. Impassioned by people and health, nature’s important role, cultures and languages, his encounters are guided by the need to discover. As he continuously travels he seeks to share all of his revelations.