Napoleon Hill Foundation Weekly Newsletter Mar 25 2011
This week's Napoleon Hill Foundation Yesterday and Today weekly newsletter focuses on the tsunami in Japan and the subsequent challenges caused by it.
Judy Williamson writes about how we tend to feel helpless when we hear of disasters in other parts of the world. We long to help however, the little bit we can do to help seems like it will not make any tangible difference.
There is a tremendous article by Kiyotaka Harai from Japan on Applied Faith. He writes about the unique culture of Japan and how the world has noticed the absence of looting and rioting so common when natural disasters hit other countries.
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