@will99878898, I find your email offensive. To use such horrific natural disaster to score political points is inappropriate to put it in the mildest term I could think of. I have been to Japan several times, and I find Japanese society to be a model to the rest of the world in terms of solidarity and respect for nature. That said, every society has its highs and lows, but one thing is for sure: this has absolutely nothing to do with the movement of tectonic plates!
yeah, I know this brings up a tough question. and the testimony won't be so clear cut. otherwise everyone on earth are already religious now.
but anyway, when I first watch the news I felt pity. the next day some scenes of japanese killing those poor whales floated and I felt they might need to grow up as well.
Maybe similar when americans witnessed 2 japan citys burned intentionally by someone. They were less pity since they know why all these happened.
You are both insensitive and wrong. The most populous majority muslim nation on earth (Indonesia) suffered over 130,000 deaths in the 12/26/2004 tsunami. Then as now, no rational person suggested that disaster was brought about by the belief system of the victims.
That tragedy like this one reminds us of how vulnerable we all can be.
I can not even imagine how difficult it must be for the workers trying to regain control over these power plants - knowing what is at stake and knowing that their families are likely suffering as well. Those are some very brave, very giving souls.
to live a more blessed life in the future, Japan ppl could consider adopt some more universal human value system. ie. any abraham religion.
You will learn how to respect other human beings and species with a humble heart.
Muslims would pray and apologize before eating a chicken, and you don't hear alot of earthquake in gulf region plus free oil underneath. just one example.
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