I hear and check so many scary things about nuclear plants everyday, and I strongly agree the opinion that government and TEPCO should publish the exact/ complete data as soon as possible, however if those "real" data shared with and well-explained to people including the victims who still force to bear this very hard situation, how they would react...?
Well, these ambivalent feelings kept me sick, and I'm not productive at all... I do understand there's nothing I can do but to live seriously, and do whatever I can do right now, so I think I should at least keep this KAIYU stay journal constantly.
Today, there's six "young" college students arrived at KAIYU (yes, "Young" people which is not including me :P ) for three days internship. Their words and behavior remind me of my university era, and I recall maybe I was like them, very fresh and very green.
Their assignment for next 2 days will be, renovating the old rooms, and or building a wooden stove. They made two teams and each worked hard to complete their work under the warm spring light.
Today, it was very beautiful, peaceful spring day at Ohki beach.
After enjoying the yummy dishes by Tae chan, Yuzo had a short speech about his "value - no need to overwork, but get on your flow." which he found from his back-pack experience and also Shimanto river Long distance swim competition. I fully enjoyed his speech and also wondered how it sound to these young students. Also I imagined if I had heard his story when I was in University, I wouldn't have understood his value. Maybe too advanced :).
And then Sana's sleeping time came, I went back to our room and saw Mr. Goto's interview (who was a design engineer of nuclear plant at TOSHIBA) at Ustream and his clear explanation of "The worst scenario" made me sick again.
When I stared at my Mac screen, he hold out a brown box, and said "Today is white day, Yo chan."
The box was BEL AMER, one of the best chocolate sweets in Japan, and which I have never expected to see at this place at this moment. Thank you Yu chan and I couldn't help crying with joy and fear. And after some crying, I can get some space to take courage.