Thank you, Carol Hand, for the reminder that water is one of our most precious resources and something to be most grateful for.
What I noticed this morning …
As I took my morning shower,
I had to fiddle with the faucet
to get the right water flow and temperature
gratitude struck me as the warm water
massaged an achy neck
and I wondered
“What percentage of the world population can take a warm shower in their own home?”
Curious, I googled the question and found an interesting list of responses. I think it’s worth sharing the first 9 to illustrate something important – at least it’s how goggle’s search engine assesses my interests. I added links for each entry below in case anyone is interested in some of these topics.
- Which Country Showers the Most – https://www.mirashowers.co.uk/blog/trends/which-country-showers-the-most/
- 60 percent of the world population still without toilets – https://slate.com/technology/2013/02/60-percent-of-the-world-population-still-without-toilets.html
- Bathing Habits of the World – Soakology – https://www.soakology.co.uk/blog/bathing-habits-of-the-world/
- How Often People in Various Countries Shower – The Atlantic – https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2015/02/how-often-people-in-various-countries-shower/385470/
- The peculiar…
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