I found a collection of photos at http://www.flickr.com/photos/moelzcore/; frizztext: sometimes it seems, no Jesus cares, instead we need human support…
street stall outside Quiapo church in Poco, Manila – photo by kuuan / Andreas, kindly sent to my group BLOG IT!, click on the picture to enter his galleries on Flickr.com
April (and Bob), blogger from the Philippines, are engaged reacting to the typhoon: read her blog at alwaysbobswife, wordpress, 2013/11/06, a-word-a-week …
- Typhoon Haiyan (lybarnett.wordpress.com)
- Death and devastation after Typhoon Haiyan (ac360.blogs.cnn.com)
- Response to Typhoon Haiyan (nonprofitnewswire.wordpress.com)
- Devastating Before and After Images of Typhoon Haiyan (world.time.com)
- What’s happening with Typhoon Haiyan/ Typhoon Yolanda? How can I help? (dstrtrends.wordpress.com)
- Prayer for Those Affected by Typhoon Haiyan in Philippines (ovds.wordpress.com)
- Typhoon Haiyan: How you can help (cfcausa.org)
- More Resources on Typhoon Haiyan (larryferlazzo.edublogs.org)
A real tragedy for Humans, Animals, ( http://icezine.wordpress.com/2013/11/12/no-comment-haiyan-in-philippines/ )
And as in Haiti, we must look where the money is going….for example, not in the UNICEF, taking half of the money for its own management !
My Choice is Red Cross and Plan International and maybe MSF.
Quite a few blogs have come up with good ideas for helping, Frizz. As I sit in my warm little house I’m very grateful that there is something we can do.
step by step …
Hi Frizz, thank you for the moment you spared to make a link for the exchanges on my blog i had with friends in the community regarding the tragedy that befell my country last week. please allow me to thank those who sent their thoughts, prayers and love to my people in every way they can. the outpouring of love is inspiring every fiber of our humanity to keep trusting in God and being grateful to everyone as we Filipinos will rise from this …
again, my sincerest gratitude to you, dear Frizz and Barb …