After earthquake, tsunami came that swallowed everything in it's path and now, the Nuclear Meltdown! This tragedy is too much to handle but, look at the Japanese? Have you seen them patiently waiting to buy a limited supply of food? Have you ever seen someone shouting to each other or pushing to get through first? NO ONE! That is an attitude that all of us should digest if we are in a similar situation! Japanese are so calm and they patiently take turns despite that long lines to get a galloon of water! Wheww! I admire their courage, patience and discipline! Did this tragedy impacted your life in some way? I welcome your thoughts.
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Wednesday, March 16, 2011
As far as the eyes can see, this picture tells us the horrendous tsunami aftermath. It's beyond imagination that for one day, the magnitude of devastation in Japan is just for real. Japanese is well prepared when it comes to engineering capabilities for earthquake disturbance but, nobody is prepared for a tsunami! Humans can only run to the highest ground. No matter how prepared we are as we claimed, if mother nature gets back to us, we are NOTHING!
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