This afternoon I came across the fact that only 3% of the water on Earth is fresh water.
I’ve seen that number before, but forgotten about it.
It’s amazing that so many people and so much life is sustained by 3% of all water.
Sometimes, I feel that only a small percentage of my time is really useful to me and to others.
I know it is important that we sleep, go to work and go grocery shopping, but those things are not really what I want to be doing with so much of my time.
This is so even though sleeping, working and grocery shopping are not always that bad. And I am sometimes of use to others at work. ( At least I hope I am.)
And no matter what else, I know how lucky I am to have time with my wife, time with friends and family, and time to read, think, and work on my blog.
Still, I get frustrated once in a while that life is not fully what I wish it was.
Yet if six billion people can live off of just 3% of the world’s water, I suppose I can make a good go of things with the limited resources of time I have in my control.
Here is the link to the UNESCO fresh water resource page. Water, like time, has great value.
The photo above is of Lake Laddjujaure in Sweden.
I’m all for Barack Obama, but I find these Obama posters I’ve seen in a number places to be creepy and propaganda-ish.
Propaganda-ish in the sense of making me feel I live in a dictatorship or some sort of George Orwell state.
Maybe it’s just me on the liberal side of the aisle—But these posters give a sense of why some have called Obama supporters cultish.
My wife and I were in Target today.
We walked past the DVD aisle and I saw that Harold & Kumar Go To White Castle was on sale for $7.99.
I told the wife I wanted the movie.
Last week I told that wife that I had a dream that I watched Harold & Kumar.
It’s true. I had just such a dream.
I showed the wife the movie. She just looked at me. She noticed it was the “Extreme Unrated” version.
I said that was the only one they had for sale. I think it’s the only one they make.
The wife shook her head and told me to buy the movie if I wanted it.
I do not need to run every purchase by the wife, but I was uncertain that she wanted $8 of our money spent on Harold & Kumar Go To White Castle.
The wife is a great wife. She’s the best person in the world.
I notice that it is from the director of “Dude, Where’s My Car?”
That was a helluva movie. I just hope that Harold & Kumar is half as good.