Why don,t we pray for japan ,May god give them strenght to come out from this crices.After all we all are humans no matter what religon we follow,or what language we speak.
All of us should pray for them.
Why stop at Japan? Why not all people who will be effected by this tragedy?
I am thinking of the people in Japan & other places.
As for 'all should pray' - why? There is another thread that asks this question
Yeah!! Japan needs our help more than anything else at this time. We need to send as much help as we can to Japan.
I think many people have already prayed and continue to pray for all the people affected. I do admire their stoicism and their discipline in the face of such a series of calamities. Their brave endurance is such a difference to the behavior that we saw in Louisiana when it faced Katrina and that was just one hurricane. The difference is night and day.
Like enough isn't already being done. It's all that is being talked about, and it's not the only problem in the world.
Not likely, considering 90% of them are just plain ignorant.
The level of ignorance in this world, along with the selfish behavior of most of them is appalling. And, if you don't like that statement, then I guess you're just SOL.
Ouch. You're very testy. I don't like your answer, but I'm not sure how that would affect my luck. Are you claiming supernatural powers now?
I just hope no more lives are taken in Japan, due to all that's been happening. However, from what I hear, it looks like it's not fixing to end anytime soon, as some scientists predict the radiation poisoning could travel all the way to the USA. However, my heart truly goes out to those suffering in Japan, as I hope things will get better for them soon.
Your right. There are other problems in this world besides what's going on in Japan, but that still doesn't mean we shouldn't hope for the best for them. After all, they're still human beings that need our compassion. Would you easily dismiss 9/11 and say there's other problems going on in the world? Or would you offer your condolences?
Hope for the best, sure. But, get back to living life.
Compassion? How can you not have compassion for such a problem? But, opening thread after thread about praying is completely ridiculous to see, when it's all over the media already. To be continually reminded about it, when other problems, like homeless people, which continues to rise each and every day in our own country, are not being addressed, is incredibly stupid to ignore.
9/11 happened 10 years ago and I don't live in the past.
Condolences? You're kidding right. Condolences for 9/11 after 10 years? Those condolences have been issued and again, I don't live in the past.
What is happening in Japan is bad, yes, there is no doubt about it, but it's not the only problem.
Wait, there's been more than one thread on this topic already? Hmm..i must've missed those, as I wasn't aware of them. Thanks for pointing that out, as i wasn't aware of it. I guess I can see where you're coming from then. As I said earlier, you're right there are other problems going on the world. Anyways, I do apologize for misinterpreting what you meant, as I didn't realize the nature of your response.
It's not a problem Steven.
All threads related to Japan.
Edit: Another- http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/70476
Each has a different aspect, but all still useless.
damn, that's a lot of threads. I'm a bit surprised by that considering you'd think we'd have at least a few threads on what's going on in Libya and such.
There are a few of those too. However, praying for those people apparently isn't on the minds of people. Go figure?
If the UN doesn't get off it's collective bottoms and get there soon, there will be nothing anyone can do to help!
Oh Earnest, don't worry, the USA is going to spend more money it doesn't have, just so it can continue to police the world. Obama has already stated that he is going to try and help?
And, the UN is a joke and has been for many years. It's just another joke on the public, so people fail to realize the upper 1% has full control of what happens. Ironically, some times it's actually funny and sad at the same time.
I have to agree, the UN has been pathetic for years. I know that the lunatic is gonna kill all his enemies ( his fellow countrymen) in a brutal fashion based on his rhetoric and track record.
In the USA it's called treason if it was even attempted and it's a death penalty sentence as well.
Do you if he cares about that? I wonder what, if anything goes on in Qaddafi's brain.
Personally, I think Bush Sr, did a great disservice to the world when he mandated that the CIA was not allowed to executed leaders of other Countries.
It tied our hands to truly change the world dictatorships. (j/k)
My sons opinion is this:
Qadddafi is one Badass, and if he gets it in his mind to go nuclear, wer'e all pretty much in deep ...doo doo! Scary
Damn straight ya better be praying.
He decides to go Nuclear, Libya won't have any population at all.
I reckon your son is on the money! I have been observing this loony for many years as all those of us who are aware of despots and follow a bit of politics probably have. He is psychotic.
nope, prayer won't make any difference with these psychos
Prayer does help ,often transcending what a person cannot achieve.
Prayer to block /breakdown Q's efforts.
Prayer to support and care for those he has hurt.
Prayer that people there will feel supported by the appropriate outside organisations.
Prayer for missionaries and other recognised groups providing aid on the ground.
Prayer to strengthen those who need to contain Q.
Prayer for ALL leaders to make good decisions for us all.
that's really sad then. i mean if you're going to pray and/or offer condolences for the troubles in Japan, then you'd figure we would be doing the same for everyone else in the world that's suffering.
Kind of a weird double standard if you ask me..
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