posted on Nov, 2 2012 @ 09:53 AM
The storm was no ordinary storm, but a massive superstorm to hit infrastructures badly, and will take months to repair.
So, how are humans affected going to live meanwhile?
Let us not forget the roots of our human survival.Where were trains, internet, electricity, clean water, jobs, food, shelters during the times of our
ancestors?They had to be found, and certainly did not drop from the sky.
Fortunately today, we live in civilised societies. The govt will take care of its people, but it cannot take care of all at the same time. Thus those
citizens should open up homes and food, to share, to take care of one another. The rest of the nation can donate food and kind to the affected to keep
them going during those months.
Teachers can set up makeshift schools for kids needing education. Temporary soup kitchens can be set up at churches, mosques and temples nearby
Those affected who have no jobs yet can offer to help with the clean up, so too housewives with children placed at temporary childcare centres so that
minds do not remain idle to relive the horrors of the superstorm.
Without buses and cars, bicycles can be the next best transport.
These are but only a small contribution from the insignificant nobody me on how we can overcome odds and adversities. I am sure many more will have
better ones. Sitting down and moaning will only destroys us as frustrations and anger mounts over issues that man have no control over, or over the
efforts of others who face far surmounting odds to save the state and nation.