• I hear you, and I echo your concerns! I’ll do what I can, contributing what I’m able. But the magnititude of this situation extends far beyond the reach of my own capabilities & resources. (The nuclear facility at risk, for instance: YIKES! I hope we’re able to bring it under control.)

  1. You’re right about Mother Nature’s “Outside Voice.” In addition to bringing things more “right” in Japan, we need to pay attention to WHY these things are happening with increasing frequency.

    And then we need to do something about it. It’s easy to sit back and say what should be done. Perhaps we’ll be able to put our actions where our words are.

    In the meantime, prayer and meditation are good things to do. Thanks for the suggestion.

  2. I’m so glad you stopped by, L! We may not be able to offer first-hand assistance, but we *can* join hands in silent support of those who are suffering. xoxo

  3. I can’t shake off the picture of that four-month-old baby found–safe!–the rubble. How many others are out there, and with no happy ending? My heart breaks for the Japanese. And, as of today, there seems to be no end in sight.

    • The Japanes are being flung from grace to grief. I can’t begin to imagine the difficulties they’ve endured–and still face! My heart aches for them…I wish I could provide hands-on assistance, but at the very least, I can pray.

  4. Melodye, I too, am deeply saddened and at a loss for words.

    And you’re right, Mother Nature is speaking to us in her ’Outside Voice’ but what saddens me more is the knowledge that mankind will not listen to her.

    There is a way that nature speaks, that land speaks. Most of the time we are simply not patient enough, quiet enough, to pay attention to the story. ~ Linda Hogan

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