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Tsunami Warning

This news item was found in the BBC on line. 



The most powerful earthquake to hit Japan since records began has struck the country's north-east and triggered a devastating tsunami.
Japanese TV showed cars, ships and buildings swept away by a vast wall of water after the 8.9-magnitude quake.
A state of emergency has been declared at a nuclear power plant but officials said there were no radiation leaks.
At least 60 people have been killed by the quake, which struck about 400km (250 miles) north-east of Tokyo.
The death toll is expected to rise significantly.
Now the question is what we can do for those living beings out there in the forefront of the wild dance of death. We can pray. 

The report says death toll as 60.
Prayer:
May there be peace for all those departed souls.
May there be peace in the hearts of the living.
May there be peace with the earth.
May there be peace with the ocean.
May there be no more death.
May there be life.

Comments

rohini said…
yes..May there be peace everywhere..truly said...
AbhiLaSH RuHeLa said…
let the world be peaceful as ever.
onlookkers said…
Since our State is obsessed with another Tsunami, i.e,election Tsunami our medias neglected the news a little bit. What we call as media ethics is nothing but a silly romantic concept. Isn't it?
ANULAL said…
You are right my friend. Thanks for responding.

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