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What We Dont Know And Do Know
 

What We Dont Know And Do Know

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    • But I know you will be deeply shocked. I don’t know how deep you know about this disaster.
    • I don’t know how many towns were destroyed. But I know many people lost their homes.
    • I don’t know how did the house look like before. But I know the old man can’t rebuild it by himself.
    • I don’t know how many schools collapsed. But I know at that time many classrooms were full of students.
    • I don’t know why here is a schoolbag. But I know it must belong to a child.
    • I don’t know whether this mother saw her child alive finally. But I know the child is the treasure of every family.
    • I don’t know when was this child found dead. But I know this mother has already been crying here for a long time.
    • I don’t know how many people are still under the ruins. But I know most of them will not survive.
    • I don’t know under the ruin the hands belong to a girl or boy But I know the hands are eager to touch her or his parents again.
    • I don’t know what is the time now. But I know it is a horrible time.
    • I don’t know the exact reason why they embraced tightly. But I know there must be some reason.
    • I don’t know what is the man looking for. But I know the chances are quite slim.
    • I don’t know why they are crying But I know the tears are from their hearts.
    • I don’t know if this child can survive or not. But I know in her little heart there’s already a deep wound.
    • I don’t know how long did this man spend under the ruin. But I know he is already very lucky in the earth quake.
    • I don’t know what did the fingers mean by this nurse. But I know they don’t mean “victory”.
    • I don’t know if the driver escaped or not. But I know the road was already completely blocked.
    • I don’t know where they are marching to. But I know where they are coming from—home.
    • I don’t know whether they can have a good sleep here or not. But I know they don’t have other choices right now.
    • I don’t know how many people are here. But I know there’ll be trouble if there’s no water and food supply.
    • I don’t know how did this man escape from the collapse. But I know it is’nt an easy now and in future.
    • I don’t know what’s the destination for them. But I know at this time only they can help themselves.
    • I don’t know where they are. But I know it is not their home.
    • I don’t know whether these babies can realize the tough situation. But I know when they grow up their parents will tell them the story.
    • I don’t know what are they thinking about. But I know in their mind there is still hope.
    • Give your helping hand, warm the heart of the people who are in need, support them to gain the hope of life, and rebuild their future……