Sunday, January 12, 2014

half empty or half full?

half-empty or half-full? [1]
by g. lass & f. iltered

half empty or half full?
pure (or contaminated)?
a world of push (and pull)
free (and unregulated)

to some, the topic (water) both irrelevant and dull…
…until we tap into your well:
half-empty or half-full
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* just think -- of what you would do tomorrow… if the water ceased flowing from the taps?   what would happen if people did (then) what people always do: buy-up all of the bottled water?

no water at work, 
no water at school, 
no water at home, and 
no water in the neighborhood (pool).   

* what if nobody had potable water?

* we’d compete (for supply) from rivers, lakes, ponds and streams… 
and we’d harness rain… 
and we’d see what it means... to go without a taken-for-granted (yet extremely limited) resource.

* just think of what we might do…
if/when water becomes a challenge (for me and for you).



[1] martino, j. (1.12-1.2014).  book 77 round trip. © 2013 by wellnesseducation.us.

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