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River's & Water Part 3: Water is Life

It really sounds uncomplicated in chemical make-up. H20! A part of oxygen insured with 2 parts of hydrogen. But that easy factor on this planet can create us stay more time. Our life things are indeed in need of water. It purifies our whole body, it stimulates us every day. It is one of the most essential resources for our health and is very essential to take in for our whole body. Water is like a fuel and we are like cars. We need that factor for us to work. Water is very essential for us, also for creatures and even for plants. We all know that we can’t stay without water. I think that it is one factor that can’t be ignored once it is given.

Water is indeed essential in many ways. The globe would be in catastrophe without water. Let us preserve water and together preserve the World. Together, all of us can create factors possible. Let us now move together because it is not yet too late. We can still convert this broken situation into a fresh era.


Water-The Elixir of Life is a tiny book but definitely one you should take the time to read. It has one chapter in particular about dehydration that everyone should read and another on how water is the fountain of youth. I've linked the book so you should read it for yourself.

Also, be warned this was not proofread so some of the sentence structure and word choices may be a little confusing. The message is still worth reading and remembering.

Without water we would not be able to survive so in closing I have included a list of the five simple ways you can make sure we will have water for a long time.

1. Turn off water while brushing your teeth.

What can be easier than this? Teach your kids to do the same thing. You could save up to four gallons a minute just from turning the faucet off while you brush. If you already have that mastered, here's some other ideas you could try to implement.

2. Don't run water when hand-washing dishes.

Fill the sink with soapy water to wash your dishes instead of washing them under running water.

3. Shut off your sprinkler system when it's raining.

Shut your automatic sprinklers off when it's raining. There's no need for this extra water use.

4. Turn off water when shampooing your hair.

Turn off the water while shampooing your hair. While probably not an extremely common thing to do, this could save up to 150 gallons of water each month.

5. Only run the washing machine and dishwasher when full.

Don't run your washing machine or dishwasher unless they are full. This could save up to 1,000 gallons of water per month. If you do need to run your washing machine before you have a full load, set your washer for the appropriate sized load. (Source)



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