5 years on

Life goes on over

in Japan but today brings

pain to so many


Today marks the fifth anniversary of the tsunami that destroyed a lot of the east coast of Japan and claimed so many lives and left many other people without relatives or homes.

I’ve been reading a lot of articles lately about the situation 5 years on and about the states of the different nuclear generators.   It’s hard to know what to say if you don’t live in or have never lived in a country that suffers earthquakes but I think the folks in Japan are doing a good job of recovering, with or without help from their government.  It’s the people on the ground that do the most work.  The people who work so hard in the nuclear plants deserve special attention though for their life-endangering work which may prevent other lives being ruined in the case of another reactor meltdown. Let’s hope that never happens again, anywhere.




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