Sunday, 24 January 2010 11:02 AM


I sympathize with families and members who are badly affected by the continuous flooding and rain. Particularly to the family who lost two children. It is a great lost. I can feel it as I experience similar situation but vary. When I put myself in this situation it is uncomprehending to believe that Mother Nature can do such disaster to families who struggle for survival. We might thinking of ways to fight another person but to fight against giant flood, rolling earthquake and mountainous tsunami we are no man. This is beyond our description but now we have to face it and move on. My prayers are with you victims. I would recommend that is time that policy should be in place by government to create a system to Monitor Rivers that is identified to cause flooding. Also there should be awareness to those living close to rivers to be vigilance.

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