As you undoubtedly know by now, Japan is reeling from the March 11th earthquake and the resulting tsunami. The scale of this disaster is staggering, as is the estimated death toll. Such events always make the world seem like a smaller place; and we have neighbors in need.
If you’d like to help, I urge you to take action. Two options immediately come to mind. You might search for an opportunity to volunteer at a local organization and provide hands to prepare care packages or other relief supplies. Of course, you can donate money to the American Red Cross or another organization that is contributing to relief efforts.
For other resources related to the Japanese earthquake and tsunami, Google’s crisis response page is a great place to start.
I’m always inspired by the kindness, generosity and influence that is leveraged on behalf of complete strangers in times of urgency. Thank you, for the difference you make; for the good that you do.