Well i'm in kyushu and still haven't gone home to chiba tokyo yet. Friends and family are fleeing tokyo, and well when rippongi the sleezy strip scene is quiet, and the dark army are no longer pestering you as you walk the length of the main dori, you know there is something going down.
Tokyo is a city represented by the numbers 24/7. Buzzier and busier than a beehive in full production, leaving New York and London in it's shadows as expats whom grace the halls of this fantastic city told me from day one. If you make it here you can make it anywhere.
A city of freedoms and frowns, do as you please but not here! I love japan and will continue to stand firmly and back them as i do my own country of origin New Zealand. We are two countries very similar in geography and people.
Anyway just a quick ramble on the discussion to not be thrown off the site due to inactment and well my girl friend is publishing some work on the nuclear situation and my other friends have been showing the sky tv news crew all over japan, filming the earthquake and it's horrific quake of experiences. Will upload the story and helpful links tonite for you all.
24/7 buzzier and busier.....
Now a city quiet where people feel helpless roaming the streets of uncertainty, feeling for loved ones further north whom are consumed with emptiness. It's the simple things that we take for granted that our people here in japan are missing out on, food, water, bathing facilities, and rather than just write about what has happened i propose that we research and write about what we can do to help instead of airing our anger out as i have. Time to do the washing instead of wingeing and looking at it pile up!
So now i will sign off and not return until i have helpful hints on things to assist the situation and get out of this ever trapping stagnant thought pattern we can all fall into. The one were we just sit and finger F*&$ our keys on our pc's until we feel a little better by releasing our anger instead of finding and presenting solutions.
take care and see you soon. arohanui marama .
MARAMA KAKE: I just read about your experience in Toyko!!! I also got a message to "Start getting involved or you'll be deleted!!!" I sent them a nasty message back... I was involved in the "Predictions
for 2011". That was fun; because nobody knows what is going to happen in the 'Future.' If we become friends - they can't kick us off!!! That's because we now have each other as contacts - Right!!! I am a Canadian. I live in Ontario, Canada. The devastation of Japan has hit us hard over here!! We have sent many people to search and rescue with not very much luck. Canada is known
for helping people everywhere!!! So; you're originally from New Zealand?? Cool!!!! I also would like to
hear about what you saw in the Earth Quake. My name is: Lynn Shedler; & I'd enjoy talking to you
again. Thank you and be very careful...