Water Life Science® Creator Kleyne Contemplates Earth Day with Special Guest. Robert M. Weir Shares Chronicles & World Travels & with Host Sharon Kleyne.
Sharon Kleyne, host of the nationally syndicated The Sharon Kleyne Hour Water Life Science®/Nature’s Pharma®, the Power of Water® & Your Health sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® on VoiceAmerica and World Talk Radio never tires of educating listeners globally about evaporation, earth’s water crisis and the need for new water research and technology to combat the explosion of diseases in the world. So, she was delighted to sit down recently with Earth activist and world traveler, Robert M. Weir (www.robertmweir.com)
Kleyne, also the founder of Bio-Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science®/Nature’s Pharma®, is a limitless source for arresting facts and figures. “Are you aware,” Kleyne likes to ask, “that it takes 635 gallons of water to make one hamburger? Or that it takes 35 gallons of water to make one cup of coffee? It’s true when you account for the watering of cattle and coffee bean plants.” Kleyne believes that a hands-on, proactive spirit of collaboration and activism are necessary to bring Earth’s water crises under control. “Only then can we discover new cures for diseases and improve health for everyone,” says Kleyne. “And that’s one of the good reasons why we celebrate Earth Day.”
Weir, who just returned from a six-month visit to Calcutta, India, is the author of the bestselling Peace, Justice, Care of Earth: The Vision of John McConnell, Founder of Earth Day. “My book is a primer for people getting together,” said Weir. “McConnell believed that peace was not just the absence of war, but the understanding of others’ perspectives. McConnell also believed that justice meant everyone sharing the world’s resources.” Weir went on to suggest that perspective is often responsible for so many misunderstanding, disagreements and even armed conflicts. Weir explained that the book was largely inspired by the founder of Earth Day, the visionary John McConnell. Weir described how McConnell announced Earth Day at the United Nations in 1969. A year later, the first international Earth Day celebrations took place on March 20th, 1970.
On his extensive travels, Weir avoids hotels and stays and works with the common people who inspire his lectures and stories. Staying in a poor section of a city in which there are 40,000 inhabitants per square mile, Weir discovered a wonderful sense of community. “There was amazing religious diversity,” Weir said, “and people got along because they live so close together. They rely on one another,” Weir said. “They help each other and believe in one another. This sense of community is lacking in our western society. We would do well to learn how to trust people. It really does take a village to raise a child,” said Weir, echoing Hillary Clinton. “In Calcutta, I witnessed community in action, and I loved it!”
Kleyne knows that the spirit and application of community in action are just what are needed most as we face unprecedented water problems such as contamination and deprivation. “That’s a truth that Earth Day reminds us of every year,” said Kleyne, “but we need to remember it every day.”
If you would like to listen to a radio conversation featuring Sharon Kleyne and Robert M. Weir, please follow this link: https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/70614/the-sharon-kleyne-hour
If you would like to share your thoughts about Robert Weir’s book and travel, please contact us at Sharon@biologicaquaresearch.com 800-367-6478 ~ Fax 541-474-2123 http://www.naturestears.com or on Twitter at @sharonkleynehr