11 March 2011

PRAY


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This morning, I woke up to awful news. Japan has had an earthquake, not just any earthquake, but one that only happens once in every 100's of years. As I turned on the news and watched cars, houses and people being washed away, it proves how lucky we are, I am lucky to be typing this message. What if I woke up and I was in the middle of a Tsunami? My tears started to fall and all I can do is PRAY for them.
People in Japan must be terrified now, it will spread very quickly killing many more. That could of been me, you or anyone else out there.

I basically want to say, don't take life for granted. Try and live a happy life because you never know when it might end. I see so many people around me, arguing over nothing, fighting over nothing, why be like that?! Many people around me always say that I am too laid back, I just don't like to argue, because it solves nothing. I think it is very important to keep an open free spirit attitude, meet as many people as you can, love as many people as you can and most of all live your life the way it should be. Be grateful.

Be a better daughter, a better girlfriend, a better sister, a better friend, a better person and leave those who drag you down, behind.


My thoughts and wishes go out to those who are suffering in the Tsumani and those who are terrified in Japan.


I PRAY FOR YOU

xxxx

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19 comments

  1. I pray for Japan too ..
    Such a lovely post, you are so right. Life is precious and we waste so much time on needless negativity.

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  2. I'm praying for them and me and my friends too since I'm going to Japan this month I really hope it'll be a safe trip!

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  3. I agree with everything you say in this post, would make it so much easier if everyone was laid back and calm.

    xo

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  4. I feel the same way!
    I hope no more people will be hurt there

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  5. I am praying for Japan! I am praying for the deathtoll to be minimal! I am praying that the rest of the world forget their problems and come together to help the countries affected by this terrible event!

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  6. this is such a beautiful post, in amongst the awful situation in Japan. I join you, Japan and ts families are in my thoughts.. we can only hope that at nature's mercy, our hope and thoughts will keep them safe.

    x

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  7. Suzy , I have so many Japanese friends in Tokyo right know and i haven't known anything about them !
    I'm so sad these kind of things keep happening :(

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  8. My sister told me to check the live streams last night, because I didn't realize the extent of the earthquake... I was in shock, and just felt sad and angry that this was happening. As much as I wanted it to stop, as much as I wanted it to not be happening, wanted it to just go away, it's happening, and there's nothing I can do about it. I want to be able to help somehow, I went searching for places to donate, but I can't find any at the moment... I'm scared to turn on the news and hear of any more tragedies and losses this tsunami has caused... I just hope the people of Japan will be okay..

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  9. I totally agree with you..so many people lose sight of what they have and how lucy they are..I admit that I myself was one of them. But the tragedy in japan seems to be a wake up call to all those people. Life is short...you never know when your time is up, so lets live with happiness and honesty!!!

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  10. It's really etrrible..and makes me really sad..i pray for them and i hope everything will get better asap :(

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  11. I agree with you suzi.... Dont take life for granted... many people do that alot. I was pretty much the same when I saw this, it is soooo devastating..... My thoughts are with them :(

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  12. I would tell reassure my boyfriend I love him incase of anything. I do my best to enjoy the beautiful things in life as well. :)

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  13. Am participating 'Pray for Japan' in FB. Its so tragic...Cant believe its happening =( It reminds us of how much we dont appreciate our lives and friends. Lets all pray

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  14. hi suzy , im a japanese girl living in tokyo, and im a big fan of your blog and youtube video. in Tokyo we feel earthquake maybe every 1-2 hours or more.people started to panic here and its terrifing .. i feel relived when i see your videos and blogposts, and also im glad to here ppl in other country knows about whats happening in Japan. i dont feel happy anymore im constantly worrying about the next earthquake and cant even sleep. im sorry about my bad english ,, but i want you to know that there are people like me , who watch your videos blogpost from Japan. what you said is right.please dont waste your time arguing or fighting with your love ones , because you are very lucky to have them. thank you .yuko from tokyo

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  15. My heart goes out to them. <3

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