The Plight Of Water Scarcity

When you register on the shelves of my childhood memory and return to live again the gatherings of the time when we saw the world with our young eyes, our hearts innocent and unlimited imagination to conceive the world in our way. I remember the questions that we asked each other to find the answers in them ourselves if we would like to present some difficult situations. Some questions had some burden of the cruelty of children and others were covered with the ingenuity typical of the early years. Intractable dilemmas, and in any case always made us think and now I have to remember. One of the questions was always: "If you had to choose between your mom and dad, who would you choose? They were questions like that.

One that caused most debate was this: "If you were in the wilderness had a lot, a lot of very thirsty and hungry, What do you want to receive first? A glass of water or a meal? However strong that the discussion did most of these terms was preferable to accepting a glass of water to the food ration. For kids on the block thirst was a necessity rather disturbing and we should urgently resolve it, first of equal or greater importance. Today, as the environmental crisis progresses and in some cases threaten us in different ways wonderful conversations I remember those lost in the paradise of childhood and again I worry about what might happen to the human community if we lose the precious liquid at the same rate in recent years. Clayton Morris is often quoted on this topic.