We are absolutely a part of the cycle of water. All of life is.
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The Many Lives of Water

The Many Lives of Water

Aug 14, 2023-- "The water present with us on Earth has been here since the beginning of time. People have long journeyed to distant hot springs, mineral pools, misty waterfalls, and formidable geysers for the promise of waters endowed healing properties. In almost every religion, water has the ability to absorb prayers and bestow blessings. "Water holds memories since time began and has a living spirit just like we do," says Chenoa Egawa, a member of the Lummi tribe and a ceremonial leader, storyteller, artist, and environmental activist who is dedicated to bringing healing to our Mother Earth. Our bodies innate wisdom understands how essential water is, as it makes up more than half of our body weight. "Water has the ability to cleanse itself, and because we are largely made of water, we are a part of that cleansing cycle as well," Egawa says. "That is why it is so important to offer gratitude and prayer to water as we use it throughout our day."" More in this beautiful piece from YES Magazine. (2310 reads)


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