Posts Tagged ‘tsunami’

A beautiful tribute, and a chance to help

The crisis in Japan is far from over;
it may be gone from the headlines,
but it is not gone from our hearts.

Donald & Era Farnsworth’s Sacred Pine depicts a pine tree in Rikuzentakata, Japan, a coastal city almost completely flattened by the tsunami following the 2011 Touhoku earthquake. Incredibly, this single pine was left standing from a grove of more than 70,000 trees planted along the shore three centuries ago; the tree has emerged as a symbol of hope and renewal in an otherwise devastated region.

For more information, to purchase or make a donation, (or to investigate my tiny connection to this beautiful work) click here.

What (was!) going on in Japan

This one hour conversation, on the Acupuncture Power Hour with Tim Chambers, aired on March 28th, but I am just getting the link now.  On the page, the show, What’s Going on in Japan, appears in the list second to the bottom.

Posted: April 15th, 2011
Categories: Our Nuclear Age
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