Saturday, March 12, 2011
It has come to the point where even I can only sit, hope and pray...
Donations have been made, spreading information is permanently going on.
It seems like the situation in Japan is under control now, finally.
But with aftershocks still holding on (and they will so for many months to come), we can't relax yet.
It is a dark week indeed. Slaughter in Lybia. Earthquakes. People losing their homes all other the world.
People losing their lives. Losing family.
The death toll in asia is rising steadily, the number of missing people are exploding.
Informational chaos all over the world.
These events will shake the world for decades.
The voices of people demanding the nuclear plants to shut down are getting unignorable over here in Germany.
Over sixty thousand people demonstrated against our nuclear plants, and ironically one of them had trouble as well, though it was just a minor problem.
These events, the knowledge of even the safest nuclear plants in the world being exposed to the everpresent risk of unexpected catastrophes will have a huge impact on the worlds' energy politics.
I hope these horrible events bear some meaning for humanity as a whole.
At least that way, the deaths won't be for naught but change our world.. for the better.
While it saddens me that so many people are dying, be it in Lybia, Japan or wherever, I am also glad.
I am glad that these seem to be times of change.
Where people come together differently and try to help.
Where the people take their voices to the outside, trying to end the surpression of corrupt governments, sticking together, no matter of their believes or ethnicities.
The times are dire, but we may yet hope for good to come from it..
But these things won't get solved in days.
Even the christian interpretation of God took a week to build the world.
All that we can do for now is trying to help.
To those blessed to be able to use their own hands to help I wish all best.
Also to the families, those who lost something dear. Those who still search for relatives, friends or a place to stay.
Homes may be rebuilt. Memories be kept.
Let us pray that the lives that are still at stake might be saved.
Lets pray for the ten thousands of missing people to be found. Lets pray for families finding back together.
For the catastrophe to end as soon as possible.
Let us pray for the support teams coming from all around the globe to be safe as well..
I admire the japanese population.
We all knew they were well prepared for catastrophes like these.
But the calm behavior of the people is making me hope that even this crisis will be overcome.
No mass panics, but helpful hands outstretched to others.
I have no doubt that Japan will be able to get back on tracks, but still, it shall end now...
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