I am not really a religious person. But I do feel the need to pray for Japan after the Earthquake & the Devastating Tsunami that followed.
It seems the death toll will rise substantially given the visual footage. Let us just hope & pray there are no following Tsunami'a as predicted.
Barry you don't have to be religious to pray. I am not religious by any means and I pray constantly and have reverence for God and JC. And I am truly sad today for the good people of Japan. Not only has that earthquake brought them down , now it seems one of the nuclear reactors could potentially meltdown as well. So not do I only pray for the people of Japan I have sent some money along to the Red Cross to go with my prayer.
It is truly a tragedy. Thank you for reminding us all to pray.
Fortunately Japan is a pretty scientific nation with deep technical knowledge of earthquake disasters and should recover quickly. The main problem looks like its strange faith in nuclear power.
Hopefully they will recover quickly, but this is still a very bad situation.
let's hope evertyhting that can be done is done, alot of lives have already been lost, sons, daughters, mothers, fathers, grandparents, uncles and aunts, my heart goes out to them all
by andycool 7 years ago
Japan is going through a severe disaster of natural calamities and nuclear radiation. The earthquake and tsunami took several lives and the nuclear radiation from various nuke plants may result in serious health threat to the people who are there in Japan. We should be deeply concerned here at...
by sumitparihar 7 years ago
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.
by Baileybear 7 years ago
I've seen comments by people saying to pray when there are natural disasters. Some also doing their 'end-time' rant. What use is prayer? How does it help any?
by Karen Wilton 7 years ago
Live footage has shown tsunami up to 10 metres hitting the shore of Japan. Earthquake 8.4 100 kms off the coast. This is huge.
by Hugh Williamson 7 years ago
Nuclear energy is supposed to be part of the new U.S. energy strategy. We are assured that the new plants will be fail safe. How safe are they in the event of an unforeseen disaster, like the Japanese quake?From Yahoo AP:Japan's nuclear safety agency said pressure inside one of six boiling water...
by Barry Rutherford 7 years ago
I know many Hubbers continue to be shocked at the massive level Nine (9) Earthquake that has befell Japan with the accompanying Apocalyptic Tsunami that followed. I know you want to help with a few dollars. I have put a link on my profile page to the right place.
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