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10 Things to Emulate from Japan
10 Things to Emulate from Japan
10 Things to Emulate from Japan
10 Things to Emulate from Japan
10 Things to Emulate from Japan
10 Things to Emulate from Japan
10 Things to Emulate from Japan
10 Things to Emulate from Japan
10 Things to Emulate from Japan
10 Things to Emulate from Japan
10 Things to Emulate from Japan
10 Things to Emulate from Japan
10 Things to Emulate from Japan
10 Things to Emulate from Japan
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10 Things to Emulate from Japan

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  • 1. 10 THINGS TOEMULATE FROMJAPAN
  • 2. Not a single visual of chest-beating or wild grief.Sorrow itself has been elevated THE CALM By dcamacho | DeviantArt
  • 3. Disciplined queues for water and groceries.Not a rough word or a crude gesture THE DIGNITY By Mshades | Flickr
  • 4. The incredible architects, for instance.Buildings swayed but didn’t fall. THE ABILITY By nodoca | Flickr
  • 5. People bought only what they needed for thepresent, so everybody could get something. THE GRACE By ArkanGL | Flickr
  • 6. No looting in shops. No honking and noovertaking on the roads. Just understanding. THE ORDER By LuisJouJR | Flickr
  • 7. Fifty workers stayed back to pump sea water in the N-reactors. How will they ever be repaid? THE SACRIFICEBy Sue Ann Simon | Flickr
  • 8. Restaurants cut prices. An unguarded ATM isleft alone. The strong cared for the weak. THE TENDERNESS By Joel Abroad | Flickr
  • 9. The old and the children, everyone knewexactly what to do. And they did just that. THE TRAINING By MJ/TR (´・ω・) | Flickr
  • 10. They showed magnificent restraint in the bulletins.No silly reporters. Only calm reportage. THE MEDIA By St Stev | Flickr
  • 11. When the power went off in a store, people putthings back on the shelves and left quietly. THE CONSCIENCE By sorarium | Flickr
  • 12. Japan By sorarium | Flickr
  • 13. We Salute You By sorarium | Flickr
  • 14. www.effectworks.comThe content is taken from an email forward and does not originally belong to Effect Works

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