World Water Day

Water is a part of our daily life. Yet there is so much about this essential resource that we don’t know. Take the opportunity to learn more this World Water Day. Not only will it help your health and the international community, but also the lives of future generations.

The international observance of World Water Day is an initiative that grew out of the 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) in Rio de Janeiro. This year, World Water Day falls on March 22a day of observance and action to draw attention to the plight of those without access to safe drinking water.

We have the same amount of water on Earth now that there was at the time of the planet’s creation. The water consumed today will eventually be recycled throughout the Earth’s ecosystem for use by future generations. The water we’re drinking now has been on Earth for millions of years! If you can imagine that your great-grandchildren will drink the same glass of water that you drink, you will be inspired to take better care of it.


Twenty percent of the world’s population lacks access to adequate and safe drinking water, and as our population increases so will the number of people without easily attainable water. Find out about the problems that plague our water situation, and the noble work being done to combat this growing crisis.

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Conserve water by harvesting your own rain water!

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Like the Earth’s surface, the human body is mostly water. We are water. Because we need to keep our “inner ocean” as pure as possible, it is important to choose the right water filter for your needs. And not to choose water that sits in toxic plastic bottles that pollute our earth.

Enough With the Plastic Bottles Already
How dangerous is our bottled water habit? Let Dave explain it.

Bottled Water Gone Crazy
Would you pay 45 dollars for a bottle of water? Well, that’s the going rate for one bottled water company. Find out how people are getting away with selling water at such an absurd price and more crazy facts behind the bottled water industry.


The best type of water filter you use depends on whether you are on well or municipal water. Filters for well water need to remove bacteria. Filters for municipal water need to remove the chemical disinfectants and additives from the city’s water plant.

Water Purifier: Selection Tips and Terms

Carbon Water Filtration for Municipal Water

Reverse Osmosis for Well Water

Well Water Filters Other Than Reverse Osmosis

Filters for Municipal Water


Next to fresh air, water is the most precious thing required by all living beings.

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An increasing number of spiritual leaders believe that water is the earth’s life blood, that is alive, and that there are ways we can assist in preserving its vital energy.

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Does water hold the imprint of the love or hate in the world?

Healing The Water
Learn techniques for storing water and the spiritual cleansing of water.

Change the Vibrancy of Your Water
Try this simple test to change the taste of your water.


Elisa F.
Elisa F.2 years ago

Thanks for sharing.

Ram Reddy
Care member3 years ago

Thanks for the article

Elena T.
Elena Poensgen3 years ago

Thank you :)

Ruth R.
Ruth R.4 years ago

I like.

Adrienne H.
Adrienne H.4 years ago

Does anybody know when World Water Day hits this year? I hear that this water cooler dispenser company is giving out awards for places, people and companies that are working to improve or preserve our water ways. We should all take the initiative to praise those who are working to keep the planet safe for future generations.

Carole R.
Carole R.5 years ago

Happy Water Day, everybody!
I never buy bottled water. I like my water free and not all bottled up.

Bon L.
Bon L.5 years ago

Thanks for the info.

Teresa Wlosowicz
Teresa W.5 years ago

Oops, this has just reminded me of the following quotation (apparently from a parody of Hamlet): 'To beer or not to beer? That is the question.'

Teresa Wlosowicz
Teresa W.5 years ago

Save water, drink beer! :-)

Anna P.
Anna P.6 years ago

I love the picture! Thanks for the great article, too.