Have a Heart for Japan

Japan’s in trouble and is working through a pile of disasters… There’s been a great response, world wide, of fundraisers and donations being raised and sent to offer relief to those without homes, food and water, and to aid in the rescue missions which are still happening as I write this.

As for the Nuclear reactors, I think all we can do from this side is pray that the problem can be can be sorted out before any more disasters fall on the Japanese community.

Even though I’m nowhere near that side of the world, I feel really thankful that there are people that are willing to sacrifice their time, sleep and even lives in working to help people.

All doctors, medical assistants and people outside of the disaster areas sending food and blankets etc to the earthquake and tsunami hit areas.

The leaders of Japan that have not slept in days.

The people in the disaster hit areas that have been so helpful and considerate towards each other.

The firefighters, pilots and rescue crews from around the world that have come to give helping hand!

AND especially…. all the people working to solve the nuclear reactor problem, risking their lives to save Japan. You guys are heroes and I pray for your safety and success!

Everyone that has offered help to Japan in one way or another, thank you!

みんあさんありがとうございます

I’m not from Japan, or Japanese, but it is such an encouragement to see a community of people so willing to help each other in bad times, and to see countries do the same.

Take care Japan! Good luck and our thoughts are with you!

Lots of love

from

Rebecca Lilley

 

 

 

 

If you’re living in Port Elizabeth, SA, and you want to contribute to the Red Cross Japan but aren’t sure how,

contact me via the  “Ginger Pops” group on facebook.

Ginger Pops will be selling “Have a Heart for Japan” cupcakes for 2 weeks and all the profits will be sent to Japan!

 

 

Japan’s in trouble and is working through a pile of disasters… There’s been a great response, world wide, of fundraisers and donations being raised and sent to offer relief to those without homes, food and water, and to aid in the rescue missions which are still happening as I write this.

As for the Nuclear reactors, I think all we can do from this side is pray that the problem can be can be sorted out before any more disasters fall on the people of Japan.

Even though I’m nowhere near that side of the world, I feel really thankful that there are people that are willing to sacrifice their time, sleep and even lives in working to help people.

All doctors and medical assistants and people outside of the disaster areas sending food and blankets etc to the earthquake and tsunami hit areas.

The leaders of Japan that have not slept in days.

The people in the disaster hit area that have been so helpful and considerate towards each other.

The firefighters, pilots and recue crews from around the world that have come to give helping hand!

AND especially…. all the people working to solve the nuclear reactor problem, risking their lives to save Japan. You guys are heroes and I pray for your safety and success!

Everyone that has offered help to Japan in one way or another, thank you!

みんあさんありがとうございます!

I’m not from Japan, or Japanese, but it is such an encouragement to see a community of people so willing to help each other in bad times, and to see countries do the same.

Take care Japan! Good luck and our thoughts are with you!

Lots of love

from

Rebecca Lilley

Port Elizabeth

South Africa

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March 19, 2011. Tags: , , , , . Far away lands.

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