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Ray and Pat Browne Keynote Address: "Water Goes, Where Energy Flows": An Exploration of How the Current of Popular Culture Effects the Tidal Wave of the Global Water Crisis

Start Date

14-2-2015 12:30 PM

End Date

14-2-2015 1:50 PM

Abstract

Clean fresh water is the most crucial resource for humanity on Earth. The health of the planet’s water supply relies heavily on the thoughts you and I flow through the water supply of our bodies. “Humans are physically made up of 70% water and so is the planet.” AtPeace Makita will share this synchronicity and others during her keynote address. We humans also have approximately 60,000+ thoughts per day; this generation and regeneration of energy directly effects what happens to the water in our bodies and the bodies of water on the planet. Caring for Mother Earth can be simple, fun, and very ECO-nomical. Working with the flow of water, rather than against, we can create a Win-Win experience, while cultivating current choices to create a healthier environment.

Caring for Mother Earth can be simple, fun, and very ECO-nomical. Working with the flow of water, rather than against, we can create a Win-Win experience, while cultivating current choices to create a healthier environment.

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Ray and Pat Browne Keynote Address: "Water Goes, Where Energy Flows": An Exploration of How the Current of Popular Culture Effects the Tidal Wave of the Global Water Crisis

Clean fresh water is the most crucial resource for humanity on Earth. The health of the planet’s water supply relies heavily on the thoughts you and I flow through the water supply of our bodies. “Humans are physically made up of 70% water and so is the planet.” AtPeace Makita will share this synchronicity and others during her keynote address. We humans also have approximately 60,000+ thoughts per day; this generation and regeneration of energy directly effects what happens to the water in our bodies and the bodies of water on the planet. Caring for Mother Earth can be simple, fun, and very ECO-nomical. Working with the flow of water, rather than against, we can create a Win-Win experience, while cultivating current choices to create a healthier environment.

Caring for Mother Earth can be simple, fun, and very ECO-nomical. Working with the flow of water, rather than against, we can create a Win-Win experience, while cultivating current choices to create a healthier environment.