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People, Passion Possibilities

I came across a very nice blog yesterday and I thought of sharing it with all of you. Just speaks volumes about the character of the Japanese People in this tough time. There are other links too from the same author which might be of interest.
(http://www.odemagazine.com/blogs/readers_blog/24755/a_letter_from_sendai)

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Ankit said…
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ABC said…
A heartening first hand account of the unfortunate incidents in Japan. The Japanese people have shown a lot of resilience and calm in such difficult situations. Hope normalcy returns soon in Japan.
Sakshi said…
Totally heartening! I hope that they hold on to their faith and hope! And All of us should pray that things get back on track!
Nice article there. I concur with what others have said.
On a different note,sometimes I wonder how ungrateful we human beings are for what we have. Look at the woman there;she seems to be seeing the positive aspects when everything seems to have gone haywire and on the other side, we sometimes get so bogged down by our sense of misery that we feel as though we don't have anything to be grateful or happy about!

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