It was humid, sweaty and hot. It led us to the place of perennial relief. Our ‘Massive Friendly Neighboring Beach’! It was dark but we could see the lights shoving up whine the earthly clouds. Clouds did not have enough water, but the sea did. Sunshine eluded us but we could walk on the sandContinue reading “Encounters with Water”
Waves and Sand. Fish and Rock. People and I. Slippery corners. My lifelines. Survive and Excel. Love. Period.
I don’t think we have control over a water source, its tributaries or the destination where its lands up irrespective of geography or demography of a specific landscape. I think so, well, am quite certain. But millions including our governments don’t seem to get this on table. And, a conflict that rues over 100 plusContinue reading “when all the fuss is about water”