After A Natural Disaster


The catastrophic earthquake and tsunami in Japan shocked many and touched many hearts.   Just not too long ago, we were saddened by the natural calamity in Australia. Even our children, especially Brendan, are very upset by the series of bad happenings.

Now, the possible nuclear meltdown in Japan has added more threats to the survivors.


A HOPE to see more of the orange sun rays among the gloomy clouds


 The aftermath of a disaster is difficult to manage and the consequences, the loss and the pain are likely to go a long way. Wealth can rebuild the damaged cities and infrastructures but it cannot bring back those loved ones whose lives are lost.

Life’s so unpredictable and fragile.  It is so important to have no regrets by cherishing the people around us and be thankful for the comfort that we have.

Let’s learn NOT to take our environment, our home and the people we love for granted.

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