In March, it will be ten years. The Tsunami wrecked vast portions of Japan. It made the world rethink nuclear reactors and their vulnerability. It cost billions at least. Maybe a trillion.
For the price, we should learn something. It is easy enough to get caught up in the technology and political impact of events, but all events, whether disaster or serendipity, have human consequences.
I keep this picture in my mind and refer to it when faced with adversity and sometimes when things are going well. No matter what happens today, I have it pretty good.
I often wonder how this child made out. Having some idea of how Japan works, my guess is she made it. Hopefully flourished.
Stoic might be the best approach. Feeling sorry for yourself harms you. Always notice what you have, not what you have not.
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