Let Me Ask You a Question – 10/20/18

Why do you think humans are drawn to water?

29 thoughts on “Let Me Ask You a Question – 10/20/18

  1. We get thirsty? It is one of the necessities of life, and useful in many ways, and, it can be fun too. It is important to remember that there have been times and places that bathing was considered unhealthy, with easily sensed results.

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  2. I think we are drawn to it because we are comprised mainly of it. I also believe because we are surrounded by it for 9 months it brings us comfort and a sense of oneness with one another and the earth. P.S. I sent you a message the other day on your Youtube channel dear but just in case you did not get it …Happy Belated Birthday.

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  3. Being one of these humans who is definitely drawn to water, I think it is for a lot of different reasons, some of which have already been mentioned. But I also think it is because it is so mysterious. It can be very calming but at the same time violent. It gives life, but can also destroy. It’s moving but can also be still. I am in the water as much as I possibly can be. I just love the water.


  4. Because are made of mostly water, we’re born through water, and the moon effects use internally just as it effects the tides. Like seeks like. Also, there’s the whole dehydration thing.


  5. It makes up the majority of our chemistry and holds mystery of another world. Floating and swimming in water is the closest we will get to the sensation of flight without any mechanisms. Also, when I’m stinky, I’m drawn to the shower.

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