Science labels the stuff H2O. It’s so common we hardly pay attention to it—until it loses its balance: raging floods, searing drought, stifling humidity, paralyzing blizzards.
Reflecting the light of a setting sun or flowing gently through a mountain meadow, water gives us great delight. Seldom, however, do we consider the unseen properties of water that make it the one thing that gives the earth its uniqueness among all the other planets in our solar system—and even the newly discovered planets farther out in space.
In this booklet, RBC writer Dean Ohlman urges us to contemplate at a far deeper level the significance of water to the human body—and to the soul.
Martin R. De Haan II