Before & After Pictures of Japan’s Coast.

Via on Mar 17, 2011

This is the only hard to watch link I am posting here.

Use the blue slider in the middle to see the before and after pictures of Japan.


I post this because maybe we can all wake up now and realize that what we’ve been doing to our world matters.

We’ve messed up the Gulf Stream (which affects weather) from the oil spill here in the states, nuclear power is clearly dangerous, and now we realize that while we may have had our countries separated by government imposed borders; we are truly all connected.  What happens “over there” is no longer “their” problem.  We are all one. Please help Japan and please consider  actions on this earth as affecting us all.

Peace, love and blessings to everyone.
xo

Via the New York Times:

satellite-photos-japan-before-and-after-tsunami.html

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4 Responses to “Before & After Pictures of Japan’s Coast.”

  1. [...] are going out to Japan en masse. As the news unfolds, I feel a deep ache for those who are in pain and suffering. Being [...]

  2. [...] catch. This was before email, cell phones and even fax, so while I have never actually set foot on Japanese soil, I felt like I did indeed live in Japan, in deep cultural immersion for about 6 months of my life [...]

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