·ᵟ· δ ·· the sound of silence ·· δ ·ᵟ·

silence

is   the

sound

between

rain
ᵟ   drops

 ᵟ


“The Sound of Silence”   Simon & Garfunkel

originally posted  23 August 2011 ~ this was one of  the top  five most viewed posts in 2013

SILENCE IS ALSO WHAT WE HEAR ABOUT  ONE OF  THE MOST IMPORTANT,  MOST NEGLECTED AND MOST BASIC OF HUMAN RIGHTS ~  CLEAN WATER.

clean, safe water is scarce all around the world. water is taken for granted in “developed” countries. over large parts of the world, humans have inadequate access to potable water and use sources contaminated with disease vectors, pathogens or unacceptable levels of toxins or suspended solids. such water is not wholesome, and drinking or using such water in food preparation leads to widespread acute and chronic illnesses and is a major cause of death and misery in many countries…..Read More

if you want to do something to help, there are legitimate charities which are working to provide access to clean water ~ from a “straw” which filters water as it is drunk to water pumps powered by children playing on an old-fashioned merry-go-round. digging wells may seem simple, but how does one know where to dig? and where would the very strength to dig come from if  everyone is ill from drinking contaminated water? {always check out a charitable organization before donating ~ to see a list of unverified organizations,  click HERE }

we all need to be conserving water because there are major droughts and global warming which may ~ no, will ~ cause fresh water shortages around the world in this century.  everyone can do something to help by using less water.


2 Comments

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2 responses to “·ᵟ· δ ·· the sound of silence ·· δ ·ᵟ·

  1. Take a Tibetan singing bowl to a quiet spot, rap it briskly, listen for the ringing to stop, and discover silence . . . keep it as long as you can, and discover God.

  2. cool structure….
    evocative…
    i like much dani

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