Or at least, that was the most I could do at the time. The only way I can tell you how I felt is with a hefty description and a multitude of charties and opportunities to help the people of Japan. Here’s how I felt when I watched:
It was one of the most horrific things I’ve ever seen. Not only were we shown videos of people fleeing for their lives as the rubble fell around their heads, but a tsunami hit the country too. Those images made me most fearful and full of pathos. The water surged forwards, never ending and swallowing everything in it’s way. It had picked up rubble and vehicles until it resembled a wall of tar, devouring the land in it’s fury. The absolute silence that accompanied that beast of darkness shuddered with terror. When the current dropped slightly, a river of cars flow neverendingly, bobbing in the dark, still waters.
I was scared.
- Linkin Park’s Mike Shinoda Speaks To Kevin & Bean – Helping Japan Through Music For Relief. (kroq.radio.com)
- Lady Gaga launches fundraiser for Japan crisis (guardian.co.uk)
- Music For Japan Relief Effort (bombtune.com)
- Download To Donate For Japan: Give To Charity, Get Music (wlte.radio.com)
- New Linkin Park Song Available, DTD for Japan Now Live. (mikeshinoda.com)