posted on Feb, 14 2014 @ 04:11 AM
Just for your Attention,
there are still People who suffer immense because of the Quake, the Tsunami
and the Meltdown here in Japan.
We need to remember to be humble with our Life and what we do
because everything could change so quick, so fast and maybe everything
we know is lost in the matter of a Moment:
Father continues searching for missing daughter, 3 years after quake
Norio Kimura, 48, remembers a day during the summer of 2010 when he and his daughter Yuna, who had just started school, were part of a group
pulling a fishing net to land in a ceremony for the start of the fishing season. They caught a lot of surf clams and rays. That night, Kimura and the
rest of his family sat at their dinner table and enjoyed their catch. But Kimura can never experience that happiness again.
The tsunami that followed the Great East Japan Earthquake took away Yuna, as well as Kimura's wife Miyuki and his father Wataro. Police halted their
search for disaster victims for over a month after an evacuation order was given for Kimura's town of Okuma following the Fukushima No. 1 Nuclear
Power Plant disaster. The bodies of Miyuki and Wataro were later recovered, but Yuna remains unaccounted for.
This January, I met Kimura for the first time in two years in Hakuba, Nagano Prefecture, where he now lives. He looked like he had a few more wrinkles
than last time. His 75-year-old mother was continuing to live in Fukushima Prefecture, in temporary housing, and Kimura is now only living with his
other, 13-year-old daughter. In Kimura's living room was an efficient wood-fire stove. It warmed the room through burning a small amount of firewood,
and its heat can be used for cooking as well. Electricity-consuming heating or cooking appliances were nowhere to be seen.
"No one has taken responsibility for the (nuclear) accident, and people are trying to restart nuclear power plants like nothing happened," says
Kimura. "I want to continue this quiet resistance." His lifestyle, it seems, was a product of his hatred of nuclear power.
Before we left, Kimura told me he wanted to show me something. He dug out a small box from the snow at the remains of his house. Inside were
mud-stained children's shoes and a cap, as well as a P.E. uniform with Yuna's name stitched on it. They were the results so far of his search,
treasures that Kimura stores in the box.
After the Tsunami took everything and destroyed the nuclear Power Station
People was still under the Debris but the Rescue People needed to leave
that Zone because of the Melt-Down.
What a moment of Defeat