A lady who is fetching a pot of water from a distance of one kilometre will understand the value of water. If we don't understand the value of this item and continue the same practices our future generations will curse us. If you count the wastage of water in our various activities, we can understand how much water is wasted. We feel what we are wasting may be very less. But drops will become litres and litres will become gallons and then Kilolitres. So each person should where he/she is wasting water and take measures to control that wastage.
Water is a precious resource and a fundamental unit of life. Without it, Life is not possible. We use water in our daily activities - washing clothing, bathing, in cooking food, in construction, our horticulture and agriculture completely depend on water. We should understand that water is an important element in our life. We can't think of life without it.
But every passing year, the water level is reducing and people in many places not only in India but across the globe are facing water shortage. It is noteworthy to preserve water and don't waste it. Every drop of water is precious, let's preserve every drop of it!
water preservation is our primary duty.
Success occurs when opportunity and preparation meet.
K Mohan @ Moga
'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease
I read a slogan in Metro water board, that 'once we get water from rivers, then ponds, then wells, then cans and packets. What will be for the future generation if we spend lavishly'.
Like this we people find water plenty in one time but we are paying for that. In spite of this we do not care for future.
We should stop spending water lavishly, should teach our children to handle water with care by telling them about the importance.