WATER IS LIFE
Water is the one thing the world cannot survive without, without water it is impossible that a planet be inhabited, for example 70% the planet earth is covered in water thus it is thriving with living creatures, whereas mars the closest planet to earth; mars is a dead planet, it has no plants, no animals, all because of the absence of the life giving force that is water. Wherever we have water we find life, even the smallest of ponds can support life, grass will grow around it animals no matter what their size will be attracted to it because of the food supply that will be there, for smaller animals plants and for the larger ones small animals ! As proof that water indeed is a great life giving force we can see that the first ever living creatures were tiny aquatic organisms. Water also is the means by which human beings are able to survive. We humans, like animals also need a constant supply of food and water, so naturally when hundreds and thousands of years ago people started building settlements and also started agriculture they looked for fertile lands with plenty of food sources. Thus the settled along rivers, lakes, and seas we can still see that today almost all of the oldest cities (Multan, London, Kabul ,Dublin etc) were built near rivers, and today these cities are still flourishing. Water is also plays a very important role in religions around the world. Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Sikhism and many other religions have this one thing in common, water signifying spiritual purity being used in ablutions for prayers, worship (and in Christianity to accept a new convert into the religion). Some religions (such as the Hindus) hold rivers to be sacred and even gods/goddesses in their earthly form, the Hindus believe that the river Ganges is the goddess ganga and the ancient Egyptians used to believe that the river Nile was actually the god hapy. As the acclaimed Hungarian physicist, and discoverer of the vitamin c said “water is life’s...
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