Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Japan's Earthquake and Tsunami

I watch the news everyday especially about the latest on Japan's Earthquake and Tsunami aftermath. It was heartbreaking to hear the voice of a father calling his son amidst the 15 ft debris. How traumatic it was for those children who witnessed the waves swallowed the whole city in minutes. How horrible was the moment when a survivor narrated his ordeal ... swept away by the rushing waves. How terrifying was the experience of seeing the 30 ft tsunami rushing to your direction as you are trapped inside your car? It's beyond words according to one survivor.

By looking at the picture which I snagged from yahoo, the magnitude of the devastation is truly beyond imagination! According to the news, March 11 earthquake in Japan is the largest that hits the country and considered as the top five largest earthquakes in the whole world. The 8.9/9.0 magnitude earthquake caused the tsunami that leveled Sendai and other places in Japan. The crisis in Japan is not their own battle. We should show our compassion and help them. They might be one of the richest country in the world but, on this tragedy they need our support. If you want to donate, make sure that you trust the organization. For those who had none, be one of us who prays for miracles that people may find their lost love one.

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