posted on Mar, 17 2011 @ 12:55 PM
Konichiwa Silent thunder,
Glad you and your companion are alive and well. There is much I would like to say, but it was not I that was the victim, it was you and all who of the
country in which you reside in, including all who have been taken so abrubtly and so violently in so little an instant. If anything, my condolences to
those of whose sorrow and inner anguish seem to consume them. My wife's family is from Okinawa, so it is a little more heart-felt to her than it is
to me. The world has viewed the immense devastation in which Japan faces. There is so much discussion, so much opinion to the events that are
unfolding, like history has in the leaves of a book. On a worldwide perspective, I believe there will be many changes that the earth will go through,
that we will be witness to. Just today, in both Vanuatu Fiji and Alaska USA, there were earthquakes, a 6.5 off Fiji's coast and a 4.1 off Alaska's.
Minuscule to the 8.9 you faced, there are many quakes and tremors occuring alongside earths major fault lines. I didn't think I'd write this much,
but most of my opinions relating to events of this matter, stem from several verses in the Bible. Particularly, Revelations 6:14-17. If you don't
have a Bible, you can find access to the verses online. As those who have also wished you the best, I, a descendant of Ephraim, son of Joseph, who was
sold into Egypt, do wish you the same also.