With depleted ground water sources, unclean rivers and streams, and dwindling springs, we are all having to get back to basics and honor just how precious water is. We cannot take her for granted anymore. This song/music video performed by Lyla June is based on a conversation with Mescalero Apache elder Oliver R Enjady in southern New Mexico, who gives us this message on how to re-understand water.

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  • Kristin Pedemonti

    Thank you. May we remember to not take water for granted. May we honor the waters.

  • Linda Sechrist

    I am president of a 501c3, the SWFL RESET Center. The two issues we educate people on is The Right to Clean Water (Rights of Nature) and Regenerative Agriculture.

  • Patrick Watters

    Mni Wiconi—Mitákuye Oyàsin— Hozho Naasháadoo

  • Jagdish P Dave

    Water is life. Water touches and nourishes life. The solutions we use create problems. We need to work together to work on the global problem. Love music with profound meaning and message.

  • richard w.

    It touches the deeper feeling, something so deeply needed to help us awaken to the reality of things, to the need for protecting this essence foundation of life on earth - along with the air we breathe. How much time is left to keep taking our earth home for granted?

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