To my slicer friends, this has been a ride! I can’t tell you how much I have enjoyed reading slices, commenting, writing and reading the comments others have been kind enough to to share. I find that others are very sympathetic and either live similar lives or have similar situations.
We all live on this planet together and want to teach others to appreciate life and what it has to offer. I can’t help but think about the Japanese people and what they are going through. It is hard to identify what it would be like in a disaster like that. I feel compassion for those who have lost everything they own, but more than that, for those who have lost loved ones. You can replace material things, but not a person.
I know when Hurricane Katrina happened it was difficult to fathom about how many people were affected by it and the flood waters that came from the broken levee. But to imagine the population of
and how many live in such a small area, it is beyond my comprehension. Japan
I want to reach out to them. I want ot do something for them. I have heartfelt sadness for these people. It wasn’t enough to have a 9.0 magnitude undersea megathrust earthquake hit and trigger a tsunami, but then it impacted the nuclear reactors. Somehow from what I have heard and seen they are a very strong people. They keep on going and rebuild. The one major highway after it had been split by the earthquake was rebuilt in a very short amount of time. God be with them! How did I end up here…? Have a great week! I dread the end the slicing! Happy slicing! J