If you follow your heart, if you listen to your gut, and if you extend your hand to help another, not for any agenda, but for the sake of humanity, you are going to find the truth.
I am an advocate for awareness, the truth, and a person's right to know. I believe that in the absence of the truth, all of us stand helpless to defend ourselves, our families and our health, which is the greatest gift we have.
Life is full of challenges. How you handle these challenges is what builds character. Never be afraid to be who you are.
If you can go out there and stand up for what it is you believe in no matter how many times you are knocked down, in the end the swinging of your own blows will exhaust them.
If you believe you're right...stand up and fight for your place in the sun. If you believe you can do it, hang in for the whole 15 rounds because even if you don't win, you will have earned the respect of everyone in the fight, including yourself, and in that sense you will have prevailed.
None of us can take anything with us when we're gone. It's what we leave that's gonna matter.
My mom and my dad taught me the greatest gifts we have are our family, our health and the right to clean water and good land.
I do care a great deal about the environment but my real work and my greatest challenge is trying to overcome deceits that end up jeopardizing public health and safety.
What people don't understand is like when water gets polluted, it's an entire aquifer. There's a whole fascinating world that exists underneath our feet that we don't see, therefore we don't relate.
You will definitely find moments where somebody else is going to try to suppress you or put you down, but you have a choice in how you see yourself.
Each disaster became a steppingstone for growth.
Everything that I'm seeing in America, when it comes to the groundwater contamination and the poisoning of people I see, it's a moral issue. Nobody's ever gonna convince me that a CEO wouldn't care if his own child was poisoned.
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For me, what I see happening in this [clean water] crisis is deterioration of the family. It is deterioration of our health.
I stand with the Navajo Nation and call upon the U.S. Government to do what is right and clean up this mess.
Had there not been the film, my name would not represent somebody that's out there fighting for the environment.
We must have clean water and the health and the welfare of our children is at stake and is at risk.
We do have situations where people are being advised not to use their well water. That's a huge problem because you know they're farmers and they rely on that water for their cattle and their horses and their crops.
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