Sunday, March 11, 2012


ONE YEAR LATER


“I dreaded finding my mother’s body, lying alone on the cold ground among strangers,” Mrs. Arai, 36, said. “When I saw her peaceful, clean face, I knew someone had taken care of her until I arrived.

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Children of the Tsunami - BBC
(w/English subtitles)




6 comments:

madpotter1 said...

Prayers continue to all from half a world away........

FOLKWAYS NOTEBOOK said...

What a tragic event that has left so many Japanese citizens in limbo. This video of the children and their trauma is exceptionally poignant. I was both charmed and tearful for the lovely children. Facing such uncertainties is difficult for me to wrap my thoughts around. Thank you for posting this -- barbara

Kalei's Best Friend said...

I could only handle watching a small portion of it.. Children are always the most innocent and yet are so resilient.

Hughes ap Williams said...

When I started watching the BBC show, I didn't think that I would have enought time to watch the whole thing...

...then I couldn't stop until the end.

Robert Brady said...

All these things and ongoings are so hard to watch, to hear, to think about, to deal with...

Chancy said...

I didn't watch the video. I did read the article.

What a touching act of kindness.



“I dreaded finding my mother’s body, lying alone on the cold ground among strangers,” Mrs. Arai, 36, said. “When I saw her peaceful, clean face, I knew someone had taken care of her until I arrived.
That saved me.”