Nuclear, March 2017 (16,000 RIP)

A young couple prays for the victims of the March 2011 Tohoku earthquake on a tsunami barrier at Arahama Beach in Sendaii, Miyagi Prefecture. The 9.0-magnitude quake triggered a tsunami that devastated northeastern Japan, killing nearly 16,000 people and causing a nuclear disaster at Tokyo Electric Power’s Fukushima Daiichi power plant (Kimimasa Mayama, EPA, Shutterstock, March 11, 2018)


  1. Makes me realise how lucky I am.

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  2. take nothing for granted.

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  3. RIP – thanks for the ‘reminder’…. mustn’t EVER take our luck for granted. And neither must we forget ALL those unluckier than us.

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  4. So many who have gone through so much. Counting my blessings today as I watch the beautiful snowfall out my windows. Mother Nature Is so mercurial….

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  5. Reblogged this on It Is What It Is and commented:
    ‘… causing a nuclear disaster at Tokyo Electric Power’s Fukushima Daiichi power plant … ‘!
    The after-effects are still occuring! Heard about the oceans’ contamination?

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  6. I will never forget the images from this earthquake and tsunami. I was seeing it in my dreams for months…

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  7. Life changes in instants. Take each moment and appreciate everything.

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  8. What a way to start your day! How horrible for wonderful Japan with one incrdible disaster after another…a place of such beauty and serenity–and this! May our caring reach them….

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  9. Christie says:

    It was and is horrible…lasting scars, physically on people and the landscape and mental scars…the leaking radiation flowing around the island and across the ocean… polluting. debris, deposited, washed up on the west coast of the USA I have seen such debris) My daughter has many friends in Japan (some are American and some are Japanese) . It was hard for her waiting to find out if they were fine…some lost their homes…One must cherish each breath, as each breath is a gift…

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