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2011年3月17日の新着情報

2011/03/17

NPOへの大震災のお見舞いと激励メッセージ

1.
I woke up this morning to hear of the horrible earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan.
  We are all keeping the people of Japan in our thoughts and prayers!

caterer at Harvard,
Boston, USA
received on 11 March 2011

 

 2.
We have been watching pictures of the destruction, particularly in Sendai, all day. It's hard to believe. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and all our friends in Japan.

college teacher,
Victoria, Canada
received on 12 March 2011

 

3.
I just heard with great shock about the earthquake and I am so worried about you all and our friends in Sendai!
I hope you and all your/our friends are safe!

former teacher at Harvard,
Boston, USA
received on 12 March 2011

 

4-1.
Here everyone is glued to the tv. Please take care.

fellow at independent thinktank,
Washington D.C., USA
received on 11 March 2011

 

4-2.
Yes, Washington is glued to their TVs and trying to figure out what to do.
The hearts of all Americans are with Japan.

fellow at an independent thinktank,
Washington D.C., USA
received on 12 March 2011

 

5.
I hope that all is well with you, your family and friends, and all of your colleagues. The pictures and videos we are seeing from the earthquakes and the tsunami are horrifying. It looks like Sendai was especially hard-hit, and my daughter and I are particularly saddened having visited there. My heart reaches out to you all. Know that we here are thinking of you. If there's anything I can do to help, please let me know.

educator,
Portland, Oregon, USA
received on 13 March 2011

 

6.
I am so relieved to know that everyone you know in Sendai seem to be alright.  I have lived through much smaller earthquakes in California, and know that the shock can last a long time. Please do let the others know that you are all in my heart and in my thoughts as you rebuild and recover.

Educator,
Portland, Oregon, USA

 

7.
WE FEEL FOR YOUR NATION AND ALL ITS PEOPLE.

Educator,
British Columbia, Canada
posted on 13 March 2011

 

8.
Thinking of you.  I cannot pull myself away from the TV. Everyone in DC wants to help.
Remember, my home is your home.

fellow at an independent thinktank,
Washington D.C., USA
received on 13 Mar 2011

 

9.
Everyday worse news comes from your beautiful country and we are all very sad and shocked.  I hope that you are all safe, and doing OK.  We are thinking of you, and all your loved ones.  If there is anything that we can do as a family, please let us know - you can even come and stay here if you like!

former lawyer,
Canberra, Australia
received on 14 Mar 2011

 

10.
I have been so worried for you all over the weekend.  It is such difficult time for you we can hardly think of anything else.
I wish there was something I could do to help - please let me know if there is anything.  I am listening to the news all the time.  We are thinking of you all the time to keep you strong..
Take care
With Best Wishes

College lecturer,
Bristol, UK
received on 14 Mar 2011

 

11.
we have all been watching the news carefully.  it is so enormous what japan is going through and we are all 
thinking about it and talking about it.
i am sorry for all the loss.
my thoughts are with you, and for the wind to go to the east.

musician,
Toronto, Canada
received on 14 March 2011

 

12.

We are all thinking of you at this time.
Stay safe!

Educator,
Washington D.C., USA
received on 14 March 2011

 

13.

My hopes and prayers to all out there.  I hope all is well with you.  We heard about the earthquake and tsunami and how it has devastated the whole northeaast.
I do not have information on the researchers at IMR, but I do so hope that all have managed through this catastrophe.
Take care and if there is something that can be done from here - let me know.

materials scientist
Washington D.C., USA
received on 15 March 2011

 

14.
My heart is broken for all of you and your friends, family members, and fellow countrymen.  Sadly, the news continues to be filled with higher death tolls.
I have such wonderful memories of my brief time in Sendai and what a beautiful place it was. The photos now seem unbelievable.
Please know that I am thinking of all of you and  hoping for the best.
Please be safe.

Educator,

Washington D.C., USA
received on 15 March 2011

15.
All of the world is so concerned and shocked by this disaster!
Lots of love and much sympathy during this enormous psychological and physical trauma...

former teacher at Harvard
Boston, USA
received on 15 March 2011

 
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