The Day After 夜が明けて

Visual confirmation with photographs offer you some sort of relief?  In a way they do.  I look at these images of 東北地方太平洋沖地震 Japan Earthquake and feeling “wow, these are great images”, and at the same time I feel terrible feeling that just because how extremely devastated these people must feel, not to mention thousands of people are either dead or missing. Looking at these photographs kinda sorta give me a sense of completion (it’s all done), but the reality is that THIS is just a beginning. Beginning of more tears and sallow. The worst is yet to come? (Images from New York Times Online)


One response to “The Day After 夜が明けて

  1. Many people want to help out, but other than money or being an aid worker, there is another way to help by sending words of support and hope. You can send your message online to school children and emergency workers in Japan via Hope Letters Hope Letters will translate them into Japanese and deliver them to local organizations for posting/broadcasting (when it is practical and effective to do so). Help give hope!


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