“If there is magic on the planet, it is contained in the water.”
Many documentaries have focused on the various way the Earth’s water has become polluted and profaned. This program esplores the sacred nature of this precious gift which is everywhere, surrounding us, enveloping our lives and those of every other living thing. Without water there would be no plants, no food, no fish, no birds, no people, no life.
Six unique men and women share their experiences and insights about water, the most abundant and fundamental element of the Earth. Throughout the program are images of water in all its forms—clouds, snow, rain, ice, rivers,, lakes and oceans—culminating in a four-minute montage of beauty set to the inspiring music of David Foster.
Award-winning poet and novelist with roots in the Native American tradition.
Pulitzer Prize winning poet, also served as Poet Laureate of the United States and created the “River of Words” project.
Award-winning author and naturalist.
Author of “River: From Source to Sea” which
Chronicles his six-month solo journey, at age 67, down the entire 1700-mile length of the Colorado River.
Director of the Water Research Institute at Blue Hill in Maine.
Poet and lecturer throughout the United States, Canada and Europe.
26 minutes ©1998