Tell Me Where Else To Go





Living in high-rise building can be very scary and dangerous today.

The increasing rate of earthquakes in recent months has caused many buildings to collapse or simply sink into the soft ground.

Many are buried alive.

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Living near the hill or mountain can be very scary and dangerous today.

The increasing frequency of landslides in recent weeks has caused many villages to disappear.

Many are buried to death.

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Living near the sea or the river mouth can be very scary and dangerous today.

The increasing number of flash floods and tsunamis in past days has caused many to be swept away to the sea.

Many have drowned and disappeared.

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Many are buried alive...

Many are buried to death...

Many are swept away by the water...

Many are drowned....

Many have disappeared....

They are no more.......

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Piles and piles of death bodies are found...everywhere...

They stink and smell bad...everywhere...

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Many are so used to them....... they don't cry anymore......

Many continue to shriek and scream....... for their losses......

Many have no one to cry....... they are all dead......

Many just sit still everywhere....... like a dead corpse.

No more tears to cry....

They have no more tears....

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Oh, please tell me where to go?

Where else is the safest place of the world?

5 comments:

  chubskulit

October 6, 2009 at 11:40 AM

oh what an in-depth realization!

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  Mom

October 6, 2009 at 6:17 PM

There is nowhere that is completely and totally safe. Nowhere.

Even here in Georgia (USA), we have floods that take lives. We have tornadoes that take lives.

Living is not intended to be safe. When it is your time to go, you will go - regardless of how you try to protect yourself.

The only true safety is by living in faith. Then you can live freely without as much worry - knowing that God is the ultimate safety.

  vannando

October 6, 2009 at 7:46 PM

i only hope that God will safe me wherever i go.

  madong arizona

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  Karen, author of "My Funny Dad, Harry"

October 12, 2009 at 8:25 AM

It does seem some places have less natural disasters than others. So far I haven't been involved in any living in Cleveland, Ohio. It is very sad hearing and reading about these things but even more devastating actually seeing the destruction.