Welcome to Awakening Within's newsletter

This is the premier addition of the Awakening Within newsletter.

I am sure it will evolve and morph as the months pass. I am very thankful to Theresa and Lisa for all their help on editing and moral support as we worked at creating this new site. Also a big thanks to Alan Chard my Web miracle man who has been keeping me from making the big mistakes and guiding me along gently as I learn the “ropes”. Last but not least, thanks to you who chose to take a look at our site and read what we have to share. I hope we have been able to give you a sample of our services and interested you in learning more about what we do.

As you have probably noticed the “theme” of this newsletter is Water. I suppose it has become a bit of a passion over the course of the past 6 months for me. I hope the article makes you consider the incredible gift water is and creates more awareness of how you use it in your daily life.

Welcome Spring!

As spring is swiftly approaching the connection with water is even greater. The glorious snow melts and quenches the plant life’s thirst. The rain cleans and replenishes our yards, streets, shrubs and trees. It is our life source for the coming season of crop growth. It supplies humans, animals and vegetation with a fresh source of water so they can all survive and thrive. We take for granted our unlimited source of water. Without water we would no longer exist, plants would die, animals would have no food to eat, and our source of sustenance would disappear. Let’s celebrate spring and the coming rain, honor the seasonal cycles and respect the connection it creates between all creatures and living things.

Quote: “Individually we are one drop, together we are an ocean”. – Ryunosuke

Earth Hour

March 27/10 @ 8:30pm www.EarthHourCanada.org (opens in a new window)

Earth Day

April 22/10

Read our longer article 'The Healing Power of Water: Simple, Yet Profound'

Ways to make a difference in the world and environment:

  • Walk more often
  • Shower every other day
  • Drink water not coffee or soda
  • Buy natural products
  • Recycle
  • Buy Elephant Poo Paper
  • Buy Organic
  • Replace your shower head with a low flow model
  • Wash full loads of laundry in cold water
  • Pick up that piece of paper on the ground
  • Talk to your neighbor
  • Plant a tree
  • Go outside and play
  • Teach a child to ride a bike, roller blade, or skate
  • Think Global, Act Local
 


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