BEST WATER FILTER FOR DRINKING WATER - GE COFFEE MAKER CHARCOAL FILTER
Best Water Filter For Drinking Water
- Drinking water or potable water is water of sufficiently high quality that it can be consumed or used without risk of immediate or long term harm.
- Drinking water in Germany meets the highest quality monitored by the stringent Drinking Water Ordinance guidelines. It is two-thirds sourced direct from the groundwater, with one third coming indirectly from surface water.
- A screen, plate, or layer of a substance that absorbs light or other radiation or selectively absorbs some of its components
- A porous device for removing impurities or solid particles from a liquid or gas passed through it
- device that removes something from whatever passes through it
- an electrical device that alters the frequency spectrum of signals passing through it
- A device for suppressing electrical or sound waves of frequencies not required
- remove by passing through a filter; "filter out the impurities"
Water is the only drink for
a wise man
Ok.. So I'm really hoping you dont get bored of these shots hahah.. I got some ND filter
s through and thought instead of sitting inside feeling ill, I'd get out and feel ill outside whilst hopefully taking some nice pictures lol
So i've been tagged a few times now.. so i thought its about time I list some things about myself and also tag some people as well :-)
Oh and don't get offended if I dont tag you.. i'm only tagging a few this time.. I'll tag you next time if your not on the list :-)
1.) I'm a worrier.. I worry about so many things
2.) I don't have lots of friends, but I have a few great friends! :-) I feel thats more important then numbers.
3.) I'm dying for a holiday - I've been planning a trip to Egypt as I have friends which are Arabic and live in Cair
o. I just can't go as i'm in between jobs and don't want to book a holiday, then get another job and within a month of starting the new job tell them I'm off for 3 weeks to Cair
o haha I dont think that would go down well
4.) my favourite food is lasagne :-D
5.) I have met so many nice people on here.. (some of which are tagged) I hope I can one day take a tour around the UK (and abroad where ever you may live) and have a cup of tea and sit in the sun and chat :-)
6.) I've always been unlucky with love - so I'm hoping and planning on a great career instead haha
7.) I'd rather save money and live for tomorrow then live life for today. Throughout life I've lost very dear friends and family members to different things and have always said and promised to myself that I would make something of myself to make them proud. I can only do that by planning for the future. Hopefully I will make them proud :-)
8.) I live life by a quote. "Hoping for the best
but expecting the worst" I first heard this qoute when listening to a favourite song of mine. Forever young - The Youth Group.
If you always hope for the best
but expect the worst then you'll never be disappointed in life :-)
9.) I'm a cryer - ok ok ok I said it haha. I hate to admit it but I could watch a soppy film and cry - well sob (its a manly cry) haha
10.) the only reason why i carry on my photography is because of all your lovely comments. Its drives me forward and makes me want to improve. I've met so many nice people on flickr.. I just wished they all live near me so I could have some photo buddies now and then haha
(p.s I'm tagging a hand full of people who have always been very supportive of my photography and very complementary. I will promise to tag you in a better picture when I go out again.. but for the moment you will have to put up with this one) :-)
A pit of filth
The traditional (and by traditional I mean 99% of all) wudu/ablution areas are rooms lined with faucets and drains where Muslims stand or sit to wash their hands, face, feet etc before prayer. They're usually attached to a bathroom and off to the side of the main prayer area.
In the Mosque of al-Hakim however, things are completely different.
There is a small and elegant fountain near the middle of the courtyard, but additionally there are two almost well-like setups in the back corners of the courtyard, near the entrances to the minarets. I don't know how else to describe them but by calling them pits of water. But raised pits. As elegant as the fountain and made of the same beautiful material as the courtyard.
I guess I can describe it best
by calling them watering holes like the ones found in the middle of the desert. Animals flock to them from all over the area to drink and bathe alike. It may not be the most hygenic system, but it works for them.
The same can be said for al-Hakim. Approaching it, after the mob of Muslims who came to al-Hakim to pray Janazah -- a special funeral prayer -- before Juma/Guma/Friday prayer left to pray, I had a slight feeling the water would look a little merky and that the bottom might be a bit sandy. But I was gravely mistaken.
The water looked so clean and pure. There must be some sort of filtration system to make it like this -- and the water's level never decreases. Pretty impressive setup.
So while I don't know how I feel about putting the same water in my mouth that the man next to me just dipped his feet in (and this isn't just my, er, American snobbiness -- I talked to some Egyptians who felt the same), this system kind of works.
And if you think about it, not much in Egypt is very hygenic in terms of sharing water sources anyway. Everyone drinks from the same cup here in Egypt. During iftar in Ramadan, when the sun sets, people pass around a jug of water that everyone drinks from, and every day you can find oolahs (forgive my spelling, they're those ceramic vase-like water holders that keep water very cool, someone want to correct me on the spelling?) on the streets being refilled for consumption by Cair
enes who all share them and drink from them all day long.
So while this concept of sharing water is new to someone like me, it might be very normal for everyone else.
But let me stick with a faucet, please.
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