I can’t help but to feel sad with the news on TV. Sec Robredo body was found dead.
The family still could not admit the fact yet, I mean the wife just received a call from her husband before the plane crashed. Mr. Robredo did not mention though that the plane was in trouble, he just told her that there are things yet that they have to attend at the moment then the phone went off. That was the last time she was able to talk to her husband.
My condolences to the whole family of Sec. Robredo and to Mr. Bahinting, the pilot of the said craft and his co pilot, I could not imagine the terrifying experience when they tried to struggle their lives to survive. But I guess that’s life, we could not do anything when it will end. Sec Robredo is a good husband and a father to his kids, they will miss him I am sure. Rest in peace DILG Secretary and please pray for the Philippines, I know HE would listen to you since you are already beside of our Almighty.
We were so shocked to see how devastated the tornado in Missouri, it size was really big, they even called it the monster tornado.
One of the establishments that were hit by the tornado was a school building, in which graduation rites were held. It was only like after 30 minutes that they were done with the graduation rites, suddenly the tornado strike on them. One student was missing and they are still trying to find him now. One hospital was hit too, the toll death rises up to 116, and some residents were still missing, and the rescue is still on going at the Joplin Missouri.
If they are worried about the tornado, we are also worried of the super typhoon here in the Philippines, which it would land this coming Friday. The government agencies are working so hard for the people to get ready, life boats were also prepared, and some of the residents were also preparing their homes. I really hope that those places where the storm could land will not be that affected and I hope there are no severe floods this time.
Ever since I saw how devastated the tsunami and the quake that hits in Japan on TV. I thought to at least donate a small amount from my earning here in blogsphere. Just today through Elvira’s Roundabout, I finally found a way to give, for some people in Japan who’s this time really need our help.
If you are also willing to give a hand, just click Paypal donates and you will be redirected to the site. I know I donated such a small amount yet I hope it could still help some of them.
When I was done here yesterday, I suddenly tuned our TV in CNN channel only to find out that the Japan was hit a 8.9 magnitude earthquake. It was hit around past 2 p.m., there; it was past 1:00 p.m, here at that time. We were still shocked with the news when all so sudden they aired the tsunami slowly rising to the area of Sendai. I and my sister were screaming and trying to figure out if that was a roof or town slowly covered by a powerful tsunami. The tsunami was televised through a camera in a helicopter; the tsunami rapidly went to some houses, to the train, to the street. We could even see people running, leaving their cars behind to try to go to inland. I know we were only watching TV but it seems like we also feel their fears, we were catching our breath, and wondering if these people could still survive! I cried in silent, I never seen such scenes like that before and I was asking myself what if?
What would happen if a certain, a-not so equipped country could experience that? Japan is an established country compared to the Philippines, what will happen then if that kind of tsunami would reach here, although the government tried their best to relocate and evacuate residences here yesterday but could that be enough? In times like this, prayer is the only way we could do for us to recover from this calamity.
That was the 5th greatest quake that happens in the world since 1900. Is it a call for us to prepare for some unusual damaging calamity here on Earth? Is our mother nature gone so mad and that she wanted us to wake up, to tell us that this is the time we need to take care of her seriously.
I don’t know what to say, I believe that the people in Japan are still mourning of what had happened to them yesterday, my sincerest condolences to those people who were so affected. Especially to the passengers of that missing train that was swept away by that huge tsunami. As of last night, 88,000 people are still missing and until now the death toll and the missing people are still rising.
These were my shout out in FB yesterday, I was actually watching the news in TV, tweeting, and following in FB.
“Kakaiba maningil ni Mother Earth, kaya sana alagaan na natin siya”. It was more than like a movie! In just one blink of our own eyes, it changes everything. It happens so instant. Death toll and missing people in Japan still rises, numerous after shocks were still experienced. I hope and pray for those who were affected.approximately 1,039 Filipinos in Miyagi, Japan I hope they are all okay, even though that area was hit by the powerful Tsunami. In one blink of our own eyes, in one snap of our finger, everything just change and we could not even stop it.
In times like this, there’s only one we can depend on, and that’s HIM.