Monday, 14 March 2011

A Tribute to Rumi and Japan.

The lot of you would most likely have already read Rumi Neely's account of her experience with Japan's earthquake last week. If you haven't already, I prompt you to go straight to this link, and read it for yourself. 

I've seen a lot of the footage, but her post really moved me. She gave the reader a first-hand look into what happened on the day, and made me realise how truly lucky and blessed we are to be living in a place somewhat away from harm and danger.

We really need to do all we can to help Japan (and other nations in turmoil) survive these ordeals, and come out stronger and united as ever. It doesn't have to completely be monetary either; thoughts and prayers are our universal language, and each one goes a long way.


ChiccaStyle said...

All of us must pray for Japan.

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