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This spring, just add water

By Kimberly Burnham

waterKnown as the Resurrection Plant, Haberlea rhodopensis is famous for “its ability to withstand drought and to revitalize when returned to optimal conditions after a long time in desiccation [dried out]. It is a mere fact that this plant not only can completely resurrect from a dried state but is also able to bring back the natural biochemical compositions of its cells.”

Just add water and it comes back to life! Many seeds also need water in the spring to germinate and grow.

Seventy percent is often given as the percentage of water in the human body but it is not all the same. Younger people generally have a higher percentage of water. Thinner people have a higher percentage of water. Water also covers about 70 percent of the earth. As we move into spring, the season of regeneration, new growth and color, it is worth thinking about whether we care adequately about our water and our global community’s water sources.

How much water do I drink each day? Is it enough?

Where does my water come from?

Am I downstream from industrial or agricultural pollutants?

What is my responsibility to make sure other people, everyone, has enough water?

The United Nations Millennium Development Goal (MDG) estimates 780 million people are still without improved sources of drinking water, and many more still lack safe drinking water.

And finally, what besides water do I need to bring myself back to life this spring?

About Kimberly Burnham

Author of "Awakenings: Peace Dictionary, Language and the Mind, A Daily Brain Health Program" Kimberly Burnham, PhD (Integrative Medicine) investigates the relationship between memory, language, caring and pattern recognition to create a daily brain health exercise program enabling people to achieve better neurological health, mood, and quality of life. She is on a mission to create more peace and understanding in the world by collecting and writing about the nuanced meaning of “Peace” in 4,000 different languages and is looking for funding to complete the project. Known as The Nerve Whisperer, Kimberly uses words (books, presentations, and poetry), health coaching, guided visualization, and hands-on therapies (CranioSacral therapy, acupressure, Matrix Energetics, Reiki, and Integrative Manual Therapy) to help people heal from nervous system and autoimmune conditions. She also focuses on vision issues like macular degeneration and supports people looking for eye exercises to improve driving and reading skills as well as athletic visual speed. An award-winning poet, Kimberly grew up overseas. The child of an international businessman and an artist, she learned Spanish in Colombia; French in Belgium; then Japanese in Tokyo and has studied both Italian and Hebrew as an adult. The author of “My Book: Self-Publishing, a Guided Journal”, she can be reached for health coaching, publishing help, bible study zoom presentations or talking about peace at NerveWhisperer@gmail.com or http://www.NerveWhisperer.Solutions.

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