I have always been fascinated with water. I feel most comfortable next to large bodies of the stuff. I guess that's why I love Lake Tahoe and Hawaii, two beautiful places to enjoy water. The earth is a gigantic container of water and it is no coincidence that the Bible mentions water in Genesis 1:2.
According to the film Water, The Great Mystery, it is the most common substance on earth and is with us every moment of our lives. We are literally bags of water, between 70-90%, depending on our age. Our brains are 85%, and we drink 2.5 liters each day, absorbing another 1.5 liters through our skin when we bathe or shower.
We are the only planet in the universe with water like ours, and every drop remains since the beginning of time. Every one of water's properties are unique. It is the only substance that expands when cooled, acting completely opposite from all other substances that actually contract when cooled. It can be a solid, liquid or gas, and is the most powerful solvent on earth. It can rise through trees despite thousands of pounds of pressure. It is believed that the water structure of each person's body is like the water where they are born, and no where in the world is it the same. Every seed and embryo begins in water, and it creates the structure of DNA and proteins, working like a universal computer. Structured water also has the ability to change the structure of human blood.
Water has memory. Everything that comes in contact with water leaves a magnetic imprint. It remembers everything, yet has the ability to shake off these memories through the cycle of evaporation. A picture of water when it is told you make me sick, I will kill you, looks dead. In the middle part of the century a group of scientists were in a lab discussing the design of a biological weapon of mass destruction, when all of them had to go to the hospital for food poisoning. The only thing they had consumed were glasses of water.
Water shows the most degradation around human emotions such as negativity, anger and foul language. One has to wonder what these human emotions are doing to our own bags of water...
It is actually two words: Love and Gratitude.