My prayers and thoughts are with the people in Japan.

“We’ve got no clothes, no jobs, no home,” said Junko Niiruma, 63. “We don’t know what we’re going to do.” On the roadside nearby were neatly folded stacks of salvaged clothes.

Otsuchi survivor pushes his bicycle through devastated town of Otsuchi

Life is so precious and fragile.

Yet, with this we are reminded of the people in Paskistan flood who are still without aid and food. People in Africa and Christchurch. We are so swayed by the media on whom we should pay attention to.

Japan’s disaster has caused many countries with nuclear power plant to reconsider their safety positions. If the benefits from nuclear power is worth this risk.


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