Usually, we come here to share our feelings about our personal losses. But tonight, while watching more news reports about the disaster in Japan, I had to come here - thinking of the grief of a nation - even if so very far away. Grief has no nationality - and this radiation and tsunami disaster could affect so many in and out of Japan. A moment of acknowledgement for those who are suffering losses, illness, or searching for lost loved ones.
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