Once again, thank you so much for your concerns... :Seven Ways You Can Help Earthquake and Tsunami Victims in Japan
My mom expressed that she has been feeling so vulnerable under the condition and very sad.
Her town is not in the worst area. She and many of friends who survived told me they feel very sorry for the people in the worst area and have been still struggling, or lost their lives or.......
This is very normal feeling, I think. I also have. Keep thikning...
"What I can do here for them? Can I do something?"
...And I found this articles on my very kind friend's Facebook page.
I was very glad to know that I could do something, even maybe tiny thing. But I'm glad...
So, I wonder whether someone also think, "I want to do something but I am not sure what I can do...?"
I think these articles might help you... (I don't mean you should do this or something like that. IF you are thinking and searching what you can do...)
Seven Ways You Can Help Earthquake and Tsunami Victims in Japan
My mom (not only her, but also other friends told same type of things) have heard many people in other counties (already more than 60 countries!) started helping Japan in many ways!
She said that, of course this is so terrible thing BUT also feel "a strong bond" here on the Earth. By knowing people in other countries also consider "how to help Japan" and then actually started doing so, she said this would be also an opportunity to be more closer to each other (No matter what country or race, people on the Earth can think others little bit more closely than before and more appreciate each other.)
She couldn't even find perfect word to appreciate this. This is hope.
(Actually, other friends also again said something like that...)Thank you again... Non of word is really right or enough to express my feeling but I really appreciate your concerns and supports....
Toko from October Babies