Sitting comfortably in an apartment amid Tokyo, I can’t help wondering, “What should I do now?”
There are just too much things that I need to say.
The storm, which is a force of nature, is coming again.
Its direction is threatening, its wind power is terrifying, and its impact is unimaginable. Everything will be blown away. That’s what the people were told to be prepared for.
The people from the central of Vietnam is rushing to evacuate. They are rushing to save themselves from foreseeable death. Not evacuating perhaps as equivalent to accepting the faith.
When we are told that we are bringing Earth to hell, it’s maybe the other way as well. It’s hell on Earth that comes hunting us.
But I believe that there is a way out.
I believe that once the storm is over, people will revive their habitats.
It will be ok.
Survivors become stronger after not being defeated. You just have faith and be strong.
It’s a waste of time to be worried. Without taking actions, there is no meaning to be worried.
You either act or you don’t. There is no time to feel hesitate.
You must go.
Link to learn more about tropical storm: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tropical_cyclone#Environmental_steering
The damage that 1970 Bhola hurricane did: