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Helping hand

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A baby survivor is fed milk by a member of the Japanese Red Cross National Disaster Response Team in Ishinomaki in Miyagi Prefecture on Sunday.

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Your future is blessed as well as other people. Japan will overcome all difficulties.

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Thank you for your loving of this child. Japan is showing the world how orderly and constructive nature of Japanese people as a whole. Please hang tough for Japan will rise and prosper again.

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my 15,000 went to the Japanese Red cross yesterday.Their site was down due to heavy traffic. You can donate to 赤十字 through the machine at Family mart convenience stores nationwide.

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This picture brings some happiness back in these terrible tough times.

Osakadaz at 10:04 AM JST - 14th March my 15,000 went to the Japanese Red cross yesterday.Their site was down due to heavy traffic. You can donate to 赤十字 through the machine at Family mart convenience stores nationwide.

Bro Thank you for letting me know!

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please help the tsunami victims . every donation you makes are for tsunami victims. your little effort makes vast different for the people of japan SO lets HELP THEM

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please help the tsunami victims . every donation you makes are for tsunami victims. your little effort makes vast different for the people of japan SO lets HELP THEM

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I just feel so terrible. Just too many bad news reports hitting me.

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It's really such a relief to see an endearing photo like this amidst all the tragedy. Thank you, JT.

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Japan, you are a strong, proud nation. You will make it through this difficult time. My prayers are with all of you there.

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May God bless Japan.

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If there's any one out there who has an idea on how or where to start to adopt a child that survived the earthquake, please let m know.

Moderator: It is far too early to contemplate anything like that.

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