IT’S BEEN A LONG TIME, TUMBLR.

Hello fellow followers,

I know I haven’t been on in quite a while. Honestly, I only got on to find news posts about South Korea regarding the Sewol sinking. I read about it this morning and I could not hold back my tears. It’s absolutely tragic and I really am upset with some of the KPOP fans that are being ignorant and rude to the passengers and their relatives. I was also very upset with the captain and how selfish he was… But that’s besides the point. I’m going to try to come on more often, and summer is just around the corner so I’ll have to have something to do and Tumblr usually passes the time pretty well. In the meantime, a majority of what I’ll be rebloging will be posts relating to the Sewol sinking and posts about any news of found passengers, evidence of some alive, etc. If you have not heard much about it, I highly suggest reading this article:

Evacuation order came too late for many on ferry

or this:

South Korea says 293 missing in ferry disaster

Both are from yesterday, for I think that number missing was proven inaccurate… But you will understand the gist of what is going on from reading those. 

Anyways, please pray for the passengers of Sewol and their family and friends. And if you’re interested in something a bit more to help, please click this link to look at a screenshot I have just posted of a fellow Gaian’s idea:

Lanterns for South Korea

Thank you, guys. Keep South Korea in your prayers. 

Brooke

I thought this was a great idea and am planning to participate. I wanted to spread the word around here about this. Stay strong, South Korea! 
everydots:

It’s understandable that sometimes you can’t keep up with international news with all that’s going on in our lives. I’ve been on Facebook and other social media constantly since yesterday and I can see that not many of my friends may know what’s been going on in Korea since yesterday morning. On April 15th, 2014, the “Sewol” ferry carrying 475 people (may be off a bit, they keep changing the numbers) took off from Incheon, heading to the Jeju Islands. There were many high school kids in this ferry going to Jeju Islands as a school trip. 8:58AM on April 16th, 2014, the ferry ran into an incident that caused the ship to sink. It has been 27 hours since the happening and there are still about 280 people trapped down there, HOPEFULLY surviving in the air pocket. As of now, 179 have been rescued, and death count is 4-9 (they keep changing the numbers on the news). PLEASE PRAY FOR KOREA. PLEASE PRAY FOR THESE STUDENTS AND OTHERS IN THERE. 

I haven’t been able to put my mind on anything else so I decided to make an awareness poster. Hopefully the word gets out and people will send their thoughts to Korea!! 

Don’t lose hope.
oh-fysehun:

fuck the captain 

Regarding the Tragedy in South Korea

miss-new-chootie:

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#PrayForSouthKorea
nellyaxoxo:

OM MY GOD! I Can’t wait to read/hear more news since in canada I get the updates later. Keep praying and have faith and hope people.

yuseirra:

https://twitter.com/the_Pole_Linker/status/456826759560712192/photo/1

I’m crying, someone wrote this out;; and this is the lyric from Otsukimi Recital saying “if you believe strongly you’ll meet again” (don’t know if I translated this right but well)

I really hope this happens!!;;

tabistrongheart:

人生很脆弱。珍惜眼前人。用心去愛人。(ღ˘⌣˘ღ) ♡
Life is very fragile. Appreciate those around you. Use your heart to love a person. ♡ 
#prayforsouthkorea
darbywoo:

Please Pray For South Korea

National flower, Mugunghwa
Film Photography, South Korea, 2013