Sharon Kleyne Teaches Reservoirs & Water Life Science® for Earth Day. Sharon Kleyne Talk Radio Touts Earth Day Power of Water® Reservoir Technology.
Water Life Science® teacher and dry eye researcher Sharon Kleyne, host of the internationally syndicated weekly The Sharon Kleyne Hour Water Life Science®/Nature’s Pharma®, The Power of Water® & Your Health sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® on VoiceAmerica produced by Rose Hong, founder/director of Global Dragon TV in Washington, D.C., believes that Earth Day is the perfect occasion to learn more about the nation’s reservoir system and its purpose.
“Relatively few people know,” said Power of Water® leader Kleyne, “that the U.S. has an estimated 84,000 dams and reservoirs. These dams and reservoirs,” Kleyne continued, “impound 600,000 miles of river. That’s just about 17 percent of the nation’s rivers.” That so many people know so little about this life-preserving system dismays Water Life Science® lifestyle educator Kleyne.
“Water is your planet,” said Kleyne. “Water is your life. Water is the life-giving catalyst for everything. “Like the skin of our bodies,” Kleyne said, “the skin of the earth is the soil. We need reservoirs!” insisted Power of Water® speaker Kleyne. “Earth needs reservoirs,” Water Life Science® mentor Kleyne continued. “The technology of reservoirs is so important because it puts moisture in the air and protects water, especially when you’re not getting enough rain.”
A recent guest on Kleyne’s talk radio show, author and Earth Day speaker and supporter Robert Weir, reminisced how Earth Day was first celebrated in 1970 on the vernal equinox thanks to the efforts of the late John McConnell. McConnell suggested that everyone on earth pause three times a day for one minute each and contemplate peace. Then we would achieve peace worldwide!
Weir talked about the importance of water to life itself. “I think more clearly when I’ve consumed a large amount of water each day,” Weir divulged. “Water covers 70 percent of our world,” Weir went on. “It’s the only essential element on earth.” Yet, one in every three people lives in water-poor countries. New water education and new water technology are essential, especially in water-poor countries. Celebrations of water and the natural world help with the education process. “Nature-based celebrations are natural to us,” said Weir. “Celebrations help us tap back into the rhythm of a butterfly’s wings, the rhythm of a breeze, the rhythm of running water and the oceans, the rhythm of life.”
Power of Water® representative Kleyne added that “what made life possible on earth is water. Without water there can be no life. Without water there is no economy. Without reservoirs, there could be neither!” Kleyne warned that the next wars will be fought over water. Your breath of life is the atmosphere!” Kleyne said. It’s a good thing to remember, not just on Earth Day or when you happen to visit a dam or reservoir, but every day.
If you would like to listen to the talk radio program featuring the conversation between Robert Weir, author of 16 books and world speaker and Power of Water® talk radio host and Water Life Science® lifestyle and dry eye educator Sharon Kleyne about Earth Day, World Water Day, John McConnell, reservoirs, water habits and use, Water Life Science®, the vernal equinox (Earth Day), the United Nations, water health education and technology, disease, follow this link: https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/114038/encore-earth-day-and-world-water-day