We Cannot Live in It Can We Live Without It.............?

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We can not live in it neither can we live without it.

Water is very important to us. Period. We will die without it, but unfortunately we also can not live with too much water. Our bodies are not designed to handle too much water. Our infrastructures also can not withhold massive amounts of water. Therefore we hope things like tsunamis, or hurricanes or typhoon or heavy snowfall or blizzard would not occur in an extreme manner.

We all know our resources are depleting and I am going to encourage you to find ways to safe water. We have too much water this year, that's true. At the moment, despite of too many chaotic problems happening in the Arabian countries, other countries are trying to stay alive fighting with the environment. Australia has so much water, flood upon floors. Brazil as well, also flood. Many parts of Europe are having so much snow this winter, and even in US, many states are just struggling to keep their home premises snow-free.

So why should we start to save water? and How?
Good old days.
In the good old days, people collect rain water. I remember my grandmother's garden had 3 huge vase like the picture on the right at the corner of the house where the pipes would hang out from the roof. When it rains the rainwater would flow down to these huge vase.

"Save money" my grandmother replied whenever I ask her why she had those three huge vases in the garden. "I don't have to use clean water to water plant. They don't need drinking water, rainwater is the best for them. Very natural, good for me and for them."

When she washed the rice, she would not just throw away the rice water, she would pour it over her plants. Or when she washed fish or shrimps. she would do the same. "Very nutritious for them." She would tell me.

The good old days, people then would look at the resources around them and then think about how the resources can benefit humans and nature. Now, what happen between good old days and now?

Water is an increasingly...
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