Water is an elemental of the universal material construct. The masters and mystics identified it as essential to life along with earth, fire, air, and ether . . . the five elementals (tattvas in Sanskrit). The Earth's surface is seventy-five percent water, and two hundred miles below the surface there's a fresh water lake that's larger than all the oceans, lakes and rivers on the surface combined. Water on the Earth today is the same water that's been on this planet for over three billion years . . . the exact same molecules -- just recycled and recirculated. The bodies of all living animals are seventy percent water, and the human brain tissue is over eighty percent water. Optimal brain function depends on your actions of constantly refreshing this water. Researchers have just mapped one hundred and eighty new areas of the brain's outer cortex -- areas never known before -- this is more than double the number of areas of the brain that were previously mapped. All of these areas are literally floating in the vast pool of circulating brain-water. This is the reason why water is called a solution, and the solutions to problems are called solutions . . . the brain's ability is the flexibility of water. It's the ability to view any moment from multiple angles . . . this flexibility finds solutions within the solution that makes up the brain's tissue. Humans are the only creature on the planet who's polluting the water faster than nature is able to clear it. Does this make humans the smartest creature, or the dumbest? How smart is that? On average, the women, in all developing countries, walk over four miles every day to gather the water for their families to live on. As the pollution increases and water scarcity grows, global demand for clean water will exceed its supply by forty percent in just the next twenty years. Our prayer is that you're aware of the Earth's problems; that you refresh the water in your brain to create pathways of human change; that you use your brain to invent solutions, and become an example in your daily practices of conservation and right action. Be aware of problems . . . think in terms of solutions . . . have these conversations often.