can't remember if I posted something about this, but talking about the inability to cremate victims and other sadness reminded me of the blurb below, which I sent as an email to a few people:

School graduations take place in gymnasiums in Japan as well. This is graduation time in Japan. The news is showing ceremonies taking place up north where the quake/tsunami hit.
Kids come up to take their diplomas, tears in their eyes. They are often simply dressed and so is their principal who is handing it to them. And their audience is the refugees who have been placed there. Sitting on the floor watching, probably in the same place they slept the night before. Moving stuff.
We are what we repeatedly do - Aristotle