Sea of Sorrow
When I began to read your tsunami report [Jan. 10], I immediately recoiled. I was angry that your photographs showed the faces of the dead, until I realized that my anger was a reaction to human suffering. Then I softened and opened my heart—and wept. I never again want to be unmoved by the suffering of another human being. Thank you for bringing the struggle and anguish of our brothers and sisters into our comfortable homes.
Scott Wyman
Chico, California, U.S.

Even though my wife and I were far away...

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