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March 29, 2011

To fellow citizens of planet earth,
Because of the most massive earthquake of magnitude 9 and the huge tsunamis that followed the earthquake in Japan on March 11, 2011, there are more than 11,000 victims and over 18,000 people are still missing. It's been 18 days since the disaster happened. Furthermore, the Fukushima Nuclear Plant has been devastated, so not only air and sea water of nearby area have been affected, but also tap water of Tokyo area is even contaminated by radioactivity now. People are in a state of semi-panic by harmful rumors on agricultural products, seafood and even water.

I perceive this catastrophic phenomenon as a beginning of the issue of the entire earth, not just a problem of only Japan
as an island country in Far East. So many supports from abroad and media reports on this disaster have shown that whole
human beings are thinking that it is not just something happened in Japan, but it can happen to anyone in anywhere.
It seems that people started to have more common consciousness of catastrophe as citizens of the earth.
Under such conditions and when we think of; what can we do as citizens of the earth? And what do we have to do?

I think the answer is just one. Unite in one mind as a citizen of the planet earth. I believe that we will come up with the
following wisdom only when we become One, and we will be able to make effective plans and actions. It is now the time to
understand the meaning of the energy formula of Albert Einstein, E=mc2, and we shall practice it. Now, fellow citizens of this
planet earth, let's do our first try together as follows:

Day and time: March 31, 2011 Thursday at 12 noon in each time zone.

Please say the following phrase: "The water of Fukushima Nuclear Plant, we are sorry to make you suffer. Please forgive us.
We thank you and we love you."

Please say it aloud or in your mind. Repeat it three times as you put your hands together in the prayer position. Please offer
your sincere prayer.

With love and gratitude,
Masaru Emoto
Missionary of Water