"Unos" means storm . Its translation cannot be sugar-coated. It stands for what it means. How does this sound to somebody who suffered devastation from the calamity it brings? It’s a natural phenomenon but the pain it causes may be difficult to measure. It may be as difficult as knowing how to comfort and identify the deeper needs of those who have felt its rage. Its terror even lingers in its aftermath. Seeing a dark cloudy sky or a single raindrop may provoke a trauma. A child’s sniveling might mean more than hunger pangs. Many may have seemed betrayed by the sunny days’ promise of a bright tomorrow. Now it’s life after a deathly blow.
We are still trying to find ways to aid typhoon Haiyan survivors on top of what’s tangible. Join us in this endeavor as our relief operations continue and rebuilding process may take long. Your prayers and kindness are a worthwhile cause. And may these songs somehow give us a glimpse of hope.
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cover photo (non-exclusive right) provided by Stephen McCurry @ www.notofthisearth.co.uk
cover photo on physical CD by Karla Pippo @ www.flickr.com/photos/pippokarla