Monday, March 14, 2011

Japan

Tonight I have Japan on my mind.  I find it on the globe, and it doesn't look so big.  But it's devastation is large.  I'm reminded of how small I am.  How uncertain life is.  How fragile this little round ball is.  


And how tired I am right now...  Time for bed. 
 
Keep Japan in your prayers.

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  1. I am exhausted, myself, from worry and concern.

    Have a good night's sleep now.

    XXX

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  2. I find myself watching more CNN and Fox News than before - the earthquake is bad enough but the wave and destruction of the tsunami is beyond my comprehension. So many lives lost and turned upside down/inside out. May God grant all an inner peace and the strength to go on.
    Kim (Mom Beaglebratz)

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  3. Japan is my boss' hometown. but thanks God that his family are ok. =)

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  4. Did you know that there are over 3,000 small islands that make up Japan?? There are only a few main ones, though.

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  5. Japan is hurting so badly.... my prayers are with those suffering people..... as the old song says, though, "Tears are a language God understands"

    Hugs from Texas,
    Jenni

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  6. What a lovely post!!
    God Bless Japan and all her beautiful residents.
    Madi and Mom

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  7. The news is reporting this morning that Japan is facing more problems. I can't imagine what they must be going through. I pray for them.

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  8. It is really hard to imagine all the devistation, even with pictures. We can only pray!

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  9. The scary thing is dat it doesn't seems like it overs withs da fear of da radioactive stuufs.
    But you is right...we are so small in relation to dis world but we has big hearts and we prays furs all in Japan.

    Puddles

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  10. It is such an amazing tragedy! Very scary! I'm sure Sera is very much on your mind, too. Is she OK?

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  11. It definitely is astounding, the devastation in Japan. And you're right, Japan really isn't very big. But the whole thing kinda puts the rest of the world into an odd perspective.

    I thought that if we had an earthquake with the magnitude of 9 or 10, it meant utter destruction. Such as the western coast would be under water... a major crack in a landmass or something. So for an earthquake of 8.9 plus the tsunamis on such a tiny island... wow.

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  12. Prayers and good vibes to our friends in Japan. They are strong and will survive and re-build their world. And they know they have many friends in all parts of the world supporting them through this disaster.

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  13. Japanese people have aways been noted for their strength and intelligence. It will get them through this tumultuous time.

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  14. God bless Japan. Looking at the TV it looks like God is busy someplace else. Those poor poor people!! As time gos by it seems to be getting worse of them!! Jesus PLEASE help Japan!!
    I have a inhaler too. I had to put abuteral in mine. With oregano I am not taking any medicine. I have such a long long story, about my health, about my body!! I am afraid no one has the time to know it all!!
    Thanks Bobbi for being my friend!!!
    xx, Bambi & Fern

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  15. It's definitely a sad situation! Praying for everyone over there!

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