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June 3, 2020

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Deep Water-- A Conversation with Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee

There is no water in oxygen, no water in hydrogen: it comes bubbling fresh from the imagination of the living God, rushing from under the great white throne of the glacier. The very thought of it makes one gasp with an elemental joy no metaphysician can analyze.

– George McDonald –

Deep Water– A Conversation with Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee

Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee of the Global Oneness Project is a surfer, a filmmaker and an environmentalist inner and outer. His love of water led to his film, Elemental. The destruction of our water systems is a prime example of how separated we’ve become from whats fundamental to our survival. Rajendra Singh is one of the three people in Vaughan-Lees film. He brought seven rivers back to life in an arid region of India and now focuses on restoring the Ganges. Each story is entwined with the deep truths and issues of our relationship with water. { read more }

Be The Change

If you stop and think about it, aren’t some of your earliest and happiest memories about being with water in one way or another? Does our collective forgetting of such moments mean we can just continue to take our supply of life giving water for granted?

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