This is part two, of the two-part series that I’ve presented, about the Water-Crisis & our obligation as those who can make a serious difference to do something about it.
Water is Vital:
We’re all in need of this blessing, regardless of our religions, ethnicities, genders and ages.
Acquisition of this precious resource is required for proper development of our life-stages.
Terrible is the fact that so many people waste away & die for not having just a little bit.
Everything living thing on this planet has a birthright to have all rights to their share of it.
Recognition of its significance is imperative for our basic survival.
Its importance in all of our day-to-day lives has no equal nor rival.
Sad is the fact that Millions of our fellow Humans have not this life-supporting liquid.
Vigorous is our need to ensure that they receive it; denial of this resource is so putrid.
It just takes a little bit of effort and money to make a lot of difference, to help someone else live.
To those who have more, we’re obligated to provide for those who have less; so, let’s just give.
Any of us could be affected by not having; we would want someone to give us a hand.
Let not your selfishness, or fear of poverty, prevent you from helping your fellow man.