WORLD WATER DAY

By Karuna

 

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It is a celebration
An invitation to live in awakened consciousness
We human beings, together with our planet,
Form a single interconnected organism
We have forgotten this
Now is the time to re connect
To co-exist harmoniously
0nce again be in partnership with nature
Rather than oblivious of our actions
We must once again care
When you care, you notice
Noticing allows you to truly see,
To become aware
When you become aware,
It is easy to change your habits,
Because we understand the consequence of our action
So, come and celebrate World Water Day
All of us together: Mexicans, foreigners,
Children, adults,
Lake experts and simple lovers of Nature
Let us join hands
Come and reconnect
Mother Nature is doing everything in her power
To heal herself,
Because she wants to continue sheltering us
Join us and celebrate the gift of Existence
Come and honor this most vital element of life
Water 
Towards a more respectful
Relationship with water
Towards a change of attitude
Towards a restoration
of the sacredness
of the elements
that give us life

CELEBRATING WORLD WATER DAY:
MARCH 18TH, EAST SIDE OF THE MALECON
OUTSIDE “EL GUAYABO” PALAPA RESTAURANT
WEAR WHITE - BRING A CANDLE
ANCIENT MAYAN MUSIC BEGINS AT 6:30 PM

CEREMONY 7:00 TO 8:00PM
Our guests of honor will be the up to 85 lake experts visiting us from 50 countries. They have come to lake Chapala to celebrate the 13th International Living Lakes Conference and share their experiences regarding the health of lakes around the world. You can participate too!

 

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