Nepal Earthquake

I found this article to be amazing.  I have not experienced a major earthquake and this article gives some honest emotional reflections.  Although this is not “mission” based, I do have friends in Nepal and I felt it applied to what they are experiencing.  Please take a moment to read:

Voices: Nepal’s earthquake still causes me tremors


KATHMANDU — Scattered remnants of the camps of thousands who rushed to leave Kathmandu after a powerful earthquake a week ago are still visible in the grassy areas outside the capital’s airport. These dozen or so tents join thousands of others throughout this city, pitched on every available green space by residents stuck in limbo — nowhere to stay, nowhere to go.

As I enter the airport, I do my now-usual scan — where are the nearest exits and what open spaces beyond might I escape to? Do those windows open? How sound does the ceiling look; are those cracks in the walls? Every low rumble sets me on edge — my eyes flicking up and around to see if anyone else feels it, too — and there are few places as loud as an airport.

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