Sympathy for Japan – inspiration from the Tsunami

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The March 2011 Japan Tsunami is sympathetic but leaves an inspiring message for humanity

Just suddenly,
All that men laboured for, their joy, their love
Down the drain they’re gone! they’re perished !

By what?
By the sea of waters; the sea had lost its cool

But thot they say “As calm as the sea”. What then happened?
In reflection came this line:

For the invisible things of Him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even His eternal power and Godhead (Rom 1:2)
“Ahaa !” I exclaimed.

Indeed thru the things that’re seen, the unseen is un’stood:

The sea is calm but in the day of its wrath, ships roll ashore like empties
The Almighty is calm, patient & gentle but in the day of His wrath, mountains will melt !

Watch clip: Documentary on Japan Tsunami


6 thoughts on “Sympathy for Japan – inspiration from the Tsunami

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  1. I wonder whether events like the Japanese Tsunami the people to stop and ponder on the essence of living. The question: what is the most important thing in my life? is critical to finding the essence of living.

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  3. You could definitely see your enthusiasm in the paintings you write. The world hopes for even more passionate writers such as you who are not afraid to say how they believe. All the time go after your heart.

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