Why do we use Water to
clean our body?
- Scientifically, water is known as the UNIVERSAL SOLVENT, and it thus possesses excellent cleaning
properties. It dissolves many chemical substances, such as salts, sugars,
acids, alkalies, some gases, and many organic molecules. Flowing water carries
away germs and bacteria along with it.
- Water is an
inert substance without any natural chemicals:
Thus it does not harm our
- Water has a
UNIQUE capacity to refresh your mind and
you more focused and confident That is why you take a shower before ALL
important events, such as:
stress relieving capacity:
- going to places of worship (Church, Temple, Masjid, etc.),
- attending an important meeting,
- going on an important date,
- going to work,
- going to a party, etc.
the touch, sight and sound of water to be calming.
Spiritual importance of water:
Water is considered a purifier in most
religions. Major faiths that incorporate ritual washing (ablution) include Hinduism, Christianity, Islam, Judaism, and Shinto. Water baptism is a
central sacrament of Christianity; it
is also a part of the practice of other religions, including Judaism (mikvah) and Sikhism (Amrit
So, why not to
use water to clean the only body part that we do not clean but wipe with toilet