I think that Japanese seem a little bit strange now.
I saw people buy many rolls of toilet paper and many boxes of instant noodles.
How can a roll of toilet paper be important ?
When the power goes down they can’t eat noodles at all.
Gasoline was sold out at all the gas stations.
Where does everyone want to go?
（ Of course I also bought some food and a battery but I didn’t buy more than necessary. )
I felt like looking into the heart of humans.
Everyone, stay calm and think about the situation.
Everyone is watching TV on the earthquake for too many hours.
I understand that everyone feels fear and is worried about various affairs.
However it seems to be in a better situation because the aftershocks are decreasing than before and many are supporting people working in a devasted area.
The nuclear plants are about 250 kilometers away from Tokyo.
If we don’t buy more food and gasoline than necessary, we will be able to send much more to the people in the Tohoku region.
Tulips in my garden are sprouting regardless of human nature.
I hope everyone will live a life of peace when the tulips bloom.