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Fountain of Youth

legendary fountain of eternal youth. [World Legend: Brewer Dictionary, 432]
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Juan the Bear and the Water of Life / La Acequia de Juan del Oso is a bilingual English/Spanish children's picturebook of folklore about how the waterways, rivers, and irrigation ditches that carry water from tributaries of the Rio Grande to the watershed of the Mora, Canadian, Arkansas, and Mississippi rivers came to be.
There is no temple in that redeemed city, as there was no temple in Eden--and no "minstrel show of hate" and "no sanctimonious piety" and no "bruised and bloody grass" (Maya Angelou); (9) just the throne of God and "the river of the water of life, bright as crystal, flowing from the throne of God and of the Lamb through the middle of the street of the city.
Yesterday, Campbell Evans, of the Scottish Whisky Association, said' Whisky was named by the Gaels as the water of life and well deserves its name.
In Guardians Of The Holy Grail: The Knights Templar, John The Baptist, And The Water Of Life, author and spiritual instructor Mark Amaru Pinkham lays out the history of the Knights Templar and the legendary Holy Grail.
The 90-page document is entitled Jesus Christ, the Bearer of the Water of Life: a Christian reflection on the New Age and should soon be available in Catholic bookstores.
It is doubtful that Deadeye or The Nightmare could ever contain the water of life; the fatalistic Vessel and Confessional certainly don't.