a precious drop

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Lately I have been paying a lot of attention to water. I have been reading the book of John and I have been drawn to the significance of flowing or living waters and stagnant waters.

With the onset of rains where I currently reside, everything around us has sprung top life. The dry cracked ground has a distinct fragrance, the parched plants have sprung new leaves, there is more chirping and tweeting from the birds and insects around. There are signs of a thriving life.

NASA will tell you that water is a sign of life. So lets save that precious water. Every drop is precious. Every drop makes an ocean. The sum total of every drop makes an ocean. So do your part in saving life, be mindful of how you use water.

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