100% Japan Relief Act

Have you heard of any charity it’s volunteers spend their own money travel to the place in need of their services? Tzu Chi is this kind of charity. Check out what they are doing everyday to add something wholesome to the world.

Following Tzu Chi’s example of spending 100% of the relief donation on the people in need. From now until 4/30/11, 100% of the net profit from my NeedsToNote shop will be donated through Tzu Chi for their Japan Relief efforts.

Needs to Note 100% Japan Relief Act

I am also doing this because Japan is special to me.

In grade school, I fell in love with Maya in the “Crystal Mask” (ガラスの仮面) manga series. Maya is always with me whenever I feel like giving up.

After I burnt out from my first career, I spent a year in Japan, learning Japanese. Only because I want to read “Crystal Mask” in Japanese.

When I was there, I experienced the college life I didn’t have the first time. I found a friend who I’m still writing with till this day. And thank havens she and her family are okay.

Even if you couldn’t help with a donation, pay attention to how much love and compassion people are sending to Japan, let your good thoughts join that flow and with the combined energy, good things will come for all of us.

4 thoughts on “100% Japan Relief Act

  1. I have had my curiosity touched by the phrase/heading/tag line (?) The Origin of the Mobile Device”.

    • A flat, light-weight notebook sure is easier to carry around than a slab of stone or a roll of bamboo plates. Come to think of it, people have been becoming more mobile from way back when.

      Are you curious about why people feel the need to move around? Or are you contemplating on other subjects?

  2. I am calmed, reading this…and feel invited into both your personal universe and the business world.

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