Mar 16, 2011-- Snapshots from Japan: A woman opens up her home and bathrooms to weary travelers walking hours home. A baker gives out free bread. Customers at the supermarket pick up fallen items and quietly stand in line to buy food. An old man at the evacuation shelter asks, "What's going to happen now?" And a young high school boy nearby responds, "Don't worry! When we grow up, we will promise to fix it back!" Among the tremendous ripples of Japan's tsunami are some of the most strikingly powerful yet simple moments of human grace. (11527 reads)
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