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Thursday, November 14, 2013

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Gulf Coast area of Mississippi eight years after Katrina.

This blog has been inwardly focused for the last several months and especially the last two weeks.  I had heard of a huge typhoon bearing down on the Philippines.  It was not until last evening that the extent of the calamity really had my attention.  According to everything I read Typhoon Haiyan was 3X wider than Katrina and about 1/3 wider than Sandy.  The Gulf Coast of the US is still working to recover after 8 years as well at the Eastern Seaboard after one year.  Prayers are sent for all the peoples of the areas damaged by this horrific natural disaster.

Survivors stand among debris and ruins of houses destroyed after Super Typhoon Haiyan battered Tacloban city in central Philippines November 10. (Erik De Castro/Reuters) #

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