Mexicans Grateful for Japanese Rescue Workers Arrival
RESCUE Workers from Japan recently arrived in Mexico City to help the victims of Mexico's recent Earthquakes, which have already taken the lives of over 295 people. Here is Patrice Wynne's personal account of the Rescue Workers arrival at the Mexico City Airport:
"Arrived into Mexico City airport this afternoon and in the baggage claim a huge team of Japanese rescuers all in orange jumpsuits, serious and determined, ready to get to work, with their mounds of equipment, and the most moving moment, forgive me for crying, when one Mexican man began clapping and wordlessly the entire airport area joined in slow rhythms and all one could hear was the sound of human hands in solidarity and with profound gratitude for this human to human gift, clapping in unison for 5 minutes. And the Japanese men bowed their heads. Profound beyond words."
Good People News sends out our thoughts & prayers to everyone affected my all the recent hurricanes, fires and earthquakes. It is extremely uplifting to see that despite all the current tragedies that people are still willing to travel across the entire world to help out other humans, who are in need.
#GRATEFUL for the GOOD PEOPLE of the world like the RESCUE WORKERS from Japan!
Photo Credit: Patrice Wynne