We Heart Japan

i love japan.jpgSometimes it’s hard to find the right words, but these pretty much sum it up for us.

And since Japan has provided us with the talents of Hideo Nomo, Akinori Iwamura, So Taguchi, Ichiro Suzuki and many, many more, we would just like to remind them and everyone else touched by the recent disasters in the Far East that we definitely got their backs — that the power of many is stronger than the power of one.

The rebuilding process will be slow, but together we can get ‘er done.

For more information on how you can help, please visit The Huffington Post and examine its list of charitable foundations.

Peace,

Jeff & Al

5 Comments

Sigh!
No one remembers Rays reliever Shinji Mori, who blew out his arm before even hitting a MLB game.
Japan is one of those country I really do not worry about whenb it comes to disasters. Not that they do not need the aid, money or even the prayers from us, but their pride resources and determination always rebuilds from within quickly, effectively and with high spirits.
More than any other country in that region, the Japanese people will be merciless in making things right, building it better and promoting a harmony most of us dream would embrace our own country.
Japan is the rubberband of the Orient, they bend but never break…….

Rays Renegade
http://raysrenegade.mlblogs.com

Thank you Jeff and Al. Even when it’s hard, you guys always manage to find just the right words.
Kristen
http://blithescribe.mlblogs.com/

The footage from over there is unbelievable. Just when you think your life sucks…
–Mike
http://burrilltalksbaseball.mlblogs.com

RR — You are right about their spirit. Good call.
Kristen — We try.
Mike — Exactly. Could always be worse.
–Jeff

I’ve been glued to the coverage and am hoping all the dire predictions are wrong. But unlike Haiti, Japan is a country with a sound infrastructure and, as Renegade said, the people will find a way to rebuild and get back on track. I’m certainly rooting for them.

http://www.janeheller.com/confessionsblog

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