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Hi everyone. I know this blog was made to post pictures and updates on One Direction, 5SOS etc.
The photos above were what Typhoon Haiyan (or in our case, locally known as Yolanda) left Tacloban City. It was heartbreaking even for me who did not experience it first hand.
People were left homeless and hungry for days. Their homes which took time to built were gone in a matter of minutes. Buildings that once stood all mighty were now not in sight. Communications lights were cut off. The people in Tacloban lack food and water supply which left people hungry and thirsty. Some lost loved ones. Imagine that, Filipinos left hungry, thirsty, homeless and grieving.
All I’m asking is for you guys to pray for my country. Many people are starving but I know that we need to have in Him because He answers our prayers. Please you may not know them personally but a prayer means so much to those people suffering.
If you can send help, please do. Food, water and clothes are greatly needed in Tacloban City. A priest told us that toys will somehow ease the pain the children felt during the wipe-down of typhoon Yolanda. I know kids are still traumatized by what happened and I hope that in our littles ways, we can help them.
God bless everyone and keep safe.
Credits to the Photographer.
I was thankful that most people who were not able to evacuate on time survived the storm surge but what saddened me was that they may have survived typhoon Haiyan yet they may die of hunger.
There were relief goods from all over the country; even from all around the world. But the government wasn’t doing what it was supposed to do. Delivering food to the hungry homeless people in Tacloban was their task and to think that there were too many food distribute, you would be surprised to know that not all have eaten three times a day. Many were still complaining about the lack of food. If there was a time that we need the government more than ever, it was now. This was the only time that people really need help and they should have done everything to feed them at least twice. I didn’t want to judge anyone but while some are eating a complete meal three times a day there were people in Tacloban hungry. So greedy government employees, especially you, PNoy should do your job and get your asses off your leather couch and instead of swindling money, you should care for our countrymen who are traumatized and starving!
Please offer a prayer everyone in Tacloban and pray that our government would pull itself together and help the people.
The first two photos were what Tacloban beaches look before Typhoon Haiyan devastated the city. Those were two of the most beautiful beaches in the country and sadly, they weren’t what they look like now.
Palm trees that once stood so mighty were now left lifeless and dull. The pools and beaches were now like a deep dirty puddle of water. Villas that were beautiful were down to the ground, not even a post or a roof to prove that a once beautiful structure stood before the storm.
There were many beautiful places to visit in Tacloban but now after the storm devastated a city of tourism, not one structure was pretty enough to enjoy the view. Roads were blocked by the fallen houses and buildings. Relief goods were not delivered on time leaving people hungry and thirsty for days.
Pray for Philippines.