March 22 is World Water Day. Water is a fragile resource; we cannot produce or create it. When your community supply dries up or is contaminated, you realize how much you depend on it — and on others’ willingness to help you get what you need to survive. But are our efforts to conserve really worth it when our neighbor might continue to waste water? “Think globally, act locally” is the catchphrase of many grassroots efforts to work together for their communities. This month, why not “care globally” — our neighbors are not only next door but everywhere.
“When the well is dry, we know the worth of water”: A chemical leak in an industrial tank forces residents in West Virginia to rethink this simple daily element…
I absolutely love football, and I planned to invite all my friends for that play-off game. But I couldn’t get the thought of visiting my aunt out of my mind….
I realized I need to respect other people’s journey to the ultimate truth, while being true to my own faith and showing others that the words I live by are more than just words. I must be a living example of my faith.
The water crisis keeps the world on our radar: it shows that we are incredibly linked, even across continents