I have lived and worked with the Japanese people for more than 30 years. I dearly love and respect them. My heart breaks for them at this moment, but
I also know historically how many times they have been devastated
as a county and as a people, and how miraculously and gracefully they have
pulled themselves up and succeeded once again. I expect and pray they this will be yet another example of that.
Ganbate kudasai!
Sandy Gordon Kangas


Our hearts go out to the Japanese people, and especially those who have lost friends and family in the current crisis. We’ve also been amazed at the courage and resilience shown by people who have experienced a series of disasters, all piling up on top of one another. Please know that we in the U.S. want to do everything we can to help.
Doug Birch


Our hearts go out to you, especially those who have lost friends and family, and we’ve been amazed at your courage and resilience in the face of these crises. We will press our government to find ways to help.


May it be of some small comfort for you to know that we are praying for you, along with the congregation of the Flatlands Reformed Church in Brooklyn, New York in the United States of America. We are also giving money, looking for ways to help disaster response programs and encouraging the leaders of our government to maimize their aid.
Judy and Charles Straut


The dignity you have shown in the face of such horror fills us all with admiration. Your stoicism is great. You have the courage to recover and rebuild. May mercy be yours in the great task before you.
George Kirschbaum



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