Where is the good water and why?

Good water and bad water maybe a good analogy of what happening today.

Why is good and bad water so tempting?

We had good water, we knew where it was and how to get it.

Today, good water is harder to find than ever before and it is because we have polluted all the good water, forcing everyone to the same watering hole, which is by now is polluted from all the traffic.

The notion of funneling water from a single source would be healthier and more convenient, but have learned, no such thing exist. If our priorities are misplaced, being misguided and misinformed, what good is this?

Even knowing our water quality is at critical levels, we refuse and fear going back to the natural springs and good sources of water, because we are guilty of our negligent past. We know we have polluted them, thinking one was enough.

We overlooked the fact that all this shit is connected, ends up in the same place and now even our oceans and climate are against us.

Why is good and bad water so tempting? It is our desire and need to drink only good water, while drinking bad water is futile and consistently drinking it leads to pain, suffering and even death, but nothing good. The problem is good water and bad water comes from the same source and is only distinguishable by those who have knowledge to know better. Bad water is good water with bad stuff, stuff not good for human consumption.

They both exist, but knowing the difference is best not learned from experience and herein lies the problem. We use this knowledge to gain power rather than  help those who do not know. This knowledge has become so convoluted, not one of us can be trusted. But if you have a job, you can get a car and feel better about me selling you poor quality water???

(((your inner voice.com)))

This loneliness will not leave me alone!

YOUR inner voice

Right here, Right now.


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