A Treasure We Have Corrupted
Water is the source of all life on thisplanet. This includes us as well, as we simply cannot live norfunction properly without water. Therefore, this planet is full ofwater. However, through time, we have managed to corrupt it the sameway that we have destroyed almost everything on our planet, selfishlyrushing into what we consider our progress. Due to the rise ofindustry and our constant neglect, we have poisoned our rivers,lakes, seas, and oceans. Factories have been expelling all of theirwastes into the water, most of them without even thinking ofinvesting in nature-friendly technology. Therefore, nowadays, it hasalmost come to a close. The water that has been the most importantnutrient for all the generations of our kind living on this spinningrock for centuries, has become corrupted and we have to use the sameindustry which had polluted our water beforehand, in order to be ableto buy it clean. Drinking water directly from what our sufferingnature has to offer, or consuming the tap water we have at our homes,has long since become dangerous for our health. Rather, most of usbuy bottled water on a daily basis, paying for sins of those who havecorrupted it.
We Have Made Water Poison
During the years of our existence,people have managed to make water harmful to themselves. People allaround the world, especially those in third world countries, dieevery day due to the side-effects of the corrupted water they weredrinking.
Namely, our tap water containschlorine, which is harmful for us, possibly causing heart problemsand cholesterol rising. Further on, there are numerous chemicals likepesticides, feces and industrial waste, all reaching our body eachtime we decide to pour a glass of water from the sources in our home.Additionally, motor vehicles add on to the pollution by emittingpoisonous gases which, through rain get both in our soil and ourwater. Agricultural industry contributes with their constant use ofchemicals like pesticides and insecticides, expelling the extrasdirectly into rivers and seas.
What Can Be Done?
There is no way that we can restorehundreds and hundreds of polluting years. Nor are we capable, sincethe industry continues destroying our nature for the sake of money.However, we can take care of ourselves and our families. Thus, we canpurchase home water filters, which are not that expensive, butprovide one with clean, safe to drink tap water. On the long run,this could save you significant amounts of money. Nevertheless, itcan save you from all the negative effects polluted water can causeyou, most of which are fatal after a longer period of consumption.