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If you have been to Japan and have been involved with their uniquely indifferent yet compassionate and passionate culture, then you'll relive some of the feelings you've been... Read morePublished 7 days ago by T'ai-chi Tom
Very hard to read, as in how deeply and emotional many of the stories are. But there are many others filled with hope.Published 1 month ago by R. Quesada
I liked the many perspectives from so many people. It is good to get a perspective that isn't from mass media.Published 4 months ago by Tamasha Robertson
It is tragic that it takes suffering to this extend to stop judging and start compassion.
You get a glimpse of people' s suffering, people making difficult decisions,... Read more
I found this book tedious. 85 one page accounts of 'How I felt during an earthquake' or 'How I feel about earthquakes. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Societyfan
Expected more input from people closer to the event. Mostly told by people in Tokyo and areas far removed from the tragedy.Published 7 months ago by silverfish
Very much an eyeopener. It was an awful time, but the Japanese just keep going.Published 7 months ago by D. D. G.