Thoughts for the victims

I would like to extend my heartfelt condolences to the victims. I would like to express my sincere condolences to all those affected by the Tohoku-Pacific Ocean Earthquake, as well as the safety of everyone, the prompt recovery of the affected areas, the health of everyone, their families, and friends. I pray from the bottom of my heart.

Many people lost their lives in one of the largest disasters in history in Japan. Those who have lost their lives are also miserable, but the remaining family members will be hurt and will survive.
I think that there are many people who seem to be so unreasonable that there is no salvation of God, Buddha, or religion.
Children who have lost their parents, bereaved families who have lost their children, and I'm hurting my heart to be full of sadness and jealousy.
What happens if I stand in this position?
Killing your life may be an option.

I think that this disaster left many wounds in mind, body and soul.
While you may be able to assist the victims with medical practices as a health care professional, you may not be able to do anything about your mental injury.
As a spiritual researcher, the existence of the soul, and the message of the soul of those who lost their lives to this unprecedented and unreasonable disaster, the heart left for the family, and the care of the soul I would be happy if I could give you information.

I believe that the soul is giving a message to the bereaved people, and I believe that even if the connection between the physical bodies is broken in this world, the thought of the bereaved will come true and will meet again with happiness and love again in the next life The
I don't think there should be unreasonable things to the soul as well as the body.
If you have the opportunity, I would like to send a message to as many people as possible, including those who lost their family, loved ones, and those who lost their friends.

The sadness of losing an important family suddenly is unimaginable. You may not be able to convey any words of comfort, but if you understand that the soul exists and that you will surely meet the soul of a deceased deceased person someday, you may have a little comfort.

For this reason, I sincerely pray that you will be able to live as hard as you can for those who have died.

Nobuhiro Suetake