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Friday, March 18, 2011

Art Auctions for Japanese Disaster Relief

Dear Friends,

Please pass this blog post to others interested in donation.

I found the auction info at Iain's blog.
Iain Stewart Watercolors

Further, Iain has set the blog,
Art Auctions for Japanese Disaster Relief.
The website tells "Beginning bid: $50" and contact each artist listed there.
In Australia, sakura(=cherry blossom) like trees always remind me of Japan. The news was shocking, as if the landscapes were like WWII or after the atomic bomb. I could not hold tears.
Japanese people, you're not alone! Hang in there and pull yourself together. You've already shown great courage and amazing discipline in this dreadful catastrophe.
I hope everything works out for the best.

Kind regards,
Sadami


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16 comments:

  1. You said it better than I could ever try, it's heartbreaking and I'm sure Japan will overcome thise and raise again, it's a land of strong souls, here's a huge [HUG] for you, do you have family living there or all are in Australia Sadami?

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  2. Great idea Sadami. I never thought of it; I just sent off a check to the Japanese Fund American Red Cross.

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  3. The events in Japan have been so shattering to everyone. This is a wonderful thing for artiists to do. Thank you for posting.

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  4. Dear Teresa,
    All family are in Australia.
    But as a same human being on the earth, I feel pain. Iain, Keiko(originally, her idea), other artists are generously offering works. I want to join it, but I still do not know how to handle money over internet. So, I try to ad or send the Auctions info to others as many as possible.
    Thank you for the kind cheers.
    Hugs and love, Sadami

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  5. Dear Linda,
    Thank you! I feel we are all in a same boat--the earth-- and same human beings. Iain, Keiko and others good will touches me. They show me that within each one's capacity and ability, we can do something for others. They, artists help others with art, which moves me.
    Kind regards, Sadami

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  6. Dear Teri,
    Thank you! Iain, Keiko and others good will touches me. They show me that within each one's capacity and ability, we can do something for others. I want to join it, but I still do not know how to handle money over internet. So, I try to ad or send the Auctions info to others as many as possible. I feel we are all in a same boat--the earth-- and same human beings.
    Kind regards, Sadami

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  7. Thanks Sadami for the link. What a great idea.

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  8. Dear Sadami, I am also touched by the terrible disaster in Japan and will be sending a painting to Dailypaintworks.com for auction. Artists are helping where ever they can. Love you all for your kindness.

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  9. Dear Evelyn,
    Thank you!! Yes, I'm touched.
    Kind regards, Sadami

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  10. Hi, Jean,
    Thank you for your kindness and great corperation.
    I wish I could join them, but I still do not know how to collect money through net. So, I've decided to upload that informaiton. Do what I can--is my thinking.
    Kind regards, Sadami

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  11. so soft, so beautiful - Japan is in our mind !
    a nice day for you dear sadami -
    bisous

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  12. Dear Marty,
    Thank you!! It's horrible to see news...but also nice people like you lift me up.
    Love and smile, Sadami

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  13. Japan is our minds, Sadami. I'm watching the news. An elderly woman and her grandson have survived after all these days. There's still hope. Hugs and love, Sadami.

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  14. Dear Anna,
    Thank you for a warm care. I do really hope and pray that the Japanese will rebuild society.
    Hugs and love, Sadami

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  15. Sadami, en español, porque mi inglés es muy precario, un abrazo y mis mejores deseos para ti y para tu nación, la pérdida es muy grande. Para muchas personas en Japón, ya nada será igual, sin embargo encuentro imágenes y noticias de verdaderos héroes y sobrevivientes que demuestran la grandeza y valor de un pueblo que sabe unirse, enfrentar la adversidad y transformar su realidad.
    A través de la distancia, elevo una oración para que vuelva la calma a tu país de origen y al corazón de las personas que han perdido seres queridos o pertenencias.

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  16. ¡Oh, Sand, que está tan amable!
    Hoy en día, tengo dos japoneses gracias mensajes para cualquier persona que alienta a que te gusta. Por favor sigan orando por los japoneses víctimas. Yo, también, hacer algo a nivel de base.
    El amor y la sonrisa, Sadami

    Oh, Sand, you're so kind!!!
    Today, I've got two Japanese thank you messages for anyone who encourages them like you. Please keep praying for the victimized Japanese. Me, too, do something at a grass root level.
    Love and smile, Sadami

    >>>>Sand said...
    Sadami, in Spanish, because my English is very poor, a hug and my best wishes to you and your nation, the loss is great. For many people in Japan, nothing will be the same, yet I find pictures and news of heroes and survivors who demonstrate the greatness and courage of a people who know together, facing adversity and transform their reality.
    Through the distance, I offer a prayer for the return of calm to your home country and the hearts of people who have lost loved ones or possessions.

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