..and what it symbolizes. A fresh new day. A brand-new start. Everything is clean. Everything starts over and everything is ready to blossom. I love how everything on this planet is water-soluble. Water carved the Grand Canyon , wears down mountains and nourishes the soil that grows our food. The latter imagery is so important. Water is where all life came from and our greatest blessing here on this planet. It’s everywhere in abundance. It has it’s own natural never-ending cycle of purification and recirculation.
Think about the fact that we are still drinking the same water that the dinosaurs drank. We’re drinking the same water that cut through the Grand Canyon. We’re drinking the same water that has fallen as snow on the very top the Himalayas since the beginning of time. The same water we’re drinking floated down the Nile 5000 years ago. Water connects us to the entire history of the world, and it connects us to each other.
How magical is water when it falls as as single drop and collects as puddles, lakes, rivers and oceans? Like human beings, we walk alone but gather in homes, cities, states, and countries – Our bodies are made mostly of water. Water connects all of us here on earth. Water is the perfect element that physically and permanently connects us to one another.
Like human beings, water can also be destructive as in floods, ice, and avalanches. One major difference between water and humans in this analogy of humans and water is this: Water cannot choose where it collects and whether it becomes a constructive or destructive force, but we can.
I look forward all of your comments I sent all of you blessings have an amazing and wonderful day in the rain and in the sunshine of your life.
Love and blessings,