Images Of Devastation That Hits Japan

The 8.9 magnitude earthquake that killed thousands in Japan proves once again that fury of nature has the power to crush the institutions built by human beings within a second. Such incidents teach us a lesson that we should not boast of beauty or wealth that we possess. It takes only few minutes for the nature to collapse them all. It’s not that the Japanese had not installed measures to avoid such happenings but then there are times when such measures seem insignificant.The technology saved lives but nature had the last laugh. God bless the people of Japan! In this tragic hours, I and million other souls pray for them. May the departed souls rest in peace.

Images Of Devastation That Hits Japan

(Burning Houses In Natori City)

Images Of Devastation That Hits Japan

(Cars,Cars Everywhere)

Images Of Devastation That Hits Japan

(Broken Homes, Damaged Cars, Shattered Human Beings)

Images Of Devastation That Hits Japan

(When Everything Goes Up In Smoke)

Images Of Devastation That Hits Japan

(Beautiful Things Turned Into Trash)

Images Of Devastation That Hits Japan

(Oh! These Killer Waves)

Images Of Devastation That Hits Japan

(Things You Enjoy Are No More)

Images Of Devastation That Hits Japan

(Ships And Cars Both Float On Water)

Images Of Devastation That Hits Japan

(Human Beings Are Only Mute Spectators When Nature Rules The Roost)

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7 responses

  1. Comment On Booksie By An Unknown Girl.

    R.I.P. for those who died from the tsunami. I felt horrible when my brother told me what happened. Before he does, he asked me if I liked Tokyo and I said yes and then he told me it no longer exists. God! I hope those souls rest in piece. Thank you for sharing the pics.

    My response to An Unknown Girl:

    Yes, we all pray for the departed souls and hope better days prevail for the survivors! News reports say that nearly 10,000 people are still missing. An explosion has also rocked one of Japan’s nuclear power plants. There is a nuclear emergency at two power plants. So Japan is in deep trouble. It’s time to pray for the well being of the souls there.

  2. A response that I left on page of Arvind Mishra :

    It’s a flawed opinion that Japanese lacked measures to avert the disaster. Thanks to their engineering, which saved many lives! I read one of the reports published in the Japaneses circles, wherein people have expressed satisfaction that Japanese engineering kept the death toll quite low. Just imagine what would have been the death toll had the same disaster hit India? Anyway, the Japanese are most wonderful souls as far as evolution of will power is concerned. I am sure they will recover soon.

    In my eyes, these catastrophic events only show that science or the achievements triggered by collective human ego is nothing in comparison to the fury of nature.

    And if you wish to know in few words, the real message which these events depict, I request you to please have a look at the pics(the captions as well) and message spread in this post:

    Arvind K.Pandey


    This comment of mine appears on this page :


  3. Awesome…..its man versus nature indeed! but yes its only man’s physical world which is perished and not the man’s hopes and relentless maneuvers to conquer the nature .. ! He shall stand up again and continue his crusade ..hats off !

    1. “……its only man’s physical world which is perished and not the man’s hopes and relentless maneuvers to conquer the nature .. ”

      …Very well said. Japanese have always risen to the occasion. I am sure they will give a fitting reply to the nature’s destructive arguments.

  4. Its a internet protocol to link the references and names which are included in the text ….. thought i must remind you though you would be knowing it !

    1. Oh! The pics have been linked with their sources like always but it appears that the reference to your article has not been hyper linked. I am doing it right now.

  5. My Message To My Friend Vijay On Instablogs:

    The Japanese need our prayers. A simple, deep and sincere would certainly act as bridge over troubled waters for them. The tragedies of this huge magnitude often suggest us that we should be grateful to Lord for each breath that He provides us. We should never ignore simple moments of happiness that Lord comes to provide us.

    Someone has rightly remarked that we should not undermine the worth of our small possessions.

    However, we continue to remain swayed by overweening desires, greed and lust. Even tragedies teach us lot. Let’s grasp the right lessons and emerge as an evolved soul.

    Read this as well:

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