Oct 18, 2019
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Best, Top 100 Tsunami Inspirational Quotes and Wishes

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We’re not going to fix the sexual harassment epidemic unless we can acknowledge that this is not a women’s issue, this is a man’s issue. The burden should not be on the shoulders of women only to solve this, because we can’t do it alone and it’s not fair. We’re seeing now the tsunami of all these women coming forward, which is such a blessing. But the tipping point will be when men in the workplace decide to be our allies. – Gretchen Carlson

Britain can be proud of its response to the tsunami appeal. – Gordon Brown

Tsunamis don’t always often last. And so, you know, once the tsunami of Trump has ridden across the land and caused its destruction to the Republican Party, at some point, if he doesn’t get the presidency, then someone will have to step up and rebuild and come back with a optimistic Reaganite approach to the Party. But right now it looks like the tsunami is, is flying with full force. – Marc Thiessen

For those of us who have been disgruntled conservatives, who have watched the last successive tsunami at midterms and such, where Republicans were given majorities in both chambers and did little with it, this [Donald Trump win] was no surprise to us. – Mary Matalin

I’m the one not caring. I’m the one pretending the Earth isn’t shattering all around me because I don’t want it to be. I don’t want to know there was an earthquake in Missouri. I don’t want to know the Midwest can die, also, that what’s going on isn’t just tides and tsunamis. I don’t want to have any more to be afraid of. I didn’t start this diary for it to be a record of death. – Susan Beth Pfeffer

I think we’re in a 1970s-level moment of social transition and they’re always full of upheaval. As violent and deranged as we can be to each other and to other species, we’ve got nothing on tsunamis, hurricanes or tornadoes. – Eden Robinson

The criteria for architecture after the tsunami is humbleness – Kengo Kuma

Every week a tsunami rips through poor towns and villages all over the world … That tsunami is hunger. – Colin Farrell

It can happen like that. It can build slowly. It can come like a gentle rainfall, or it can slam into you like a tsunami. You are my tsunami, love. – Lora Leigh

I hope you are looking forward to the tsunami of industrial effluent which is coming your way in the first quarter of the new year. You will not be able to avoid it, unless you are Helen Keller. One way or another, Wills and Kate are going to get you. – Rod Liddle

The past year’s natural disasters have highlighted the invaluable contributions of volunteers in our communities. They have volunteered their time, energy and skills to save lives and to rebuild communities. In this they joined countless people around the world who volunteer every day in response to ‘silent crises’. These often unsung heroes understand all too well that poverty, disease and famine are just as deadly and destructive as earthquakes, hurricanes and tsunamis. – Kofi Annan

Whenever an earthquake or tsunami takes thousands of innocent lives, a shocked world talks of little else. – Anne M. Mulcahy

If you’re on a beach and a tsunami hits, you’ll drown whether you’re a small child or an Olympic swimmer. Some things will go bad no matter how good you are. – Lloyd Blankfein

Sad adult woman holding green umbrella in hand after tsunami calamity in front of her house completely destroyed

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Following the devastating India Ocean tsunami of 2004, I founded Chefs for Humanity, modeled after Doctors Without Borders, but comprised of chefs. There wasn’t anything out there like it, and there was a definite need for chefs to be able to offer assistance and aid to those suffering from hunger and/or malnutrition worldwide. – Cat Cora

Global warming is already acting upon us with an accelerated feedback and compounded effect that may be irreversible! We do not have eons or centuries or many decades. Most of us alive today may not even have the luxury of saying ‘Après moi, le déluge’ because we will be around to experience it ourselves. And if you think it will be ‘interesting’ or ‘exciting,’ ask the tsunami survivors if that’s how they felt. This time the plutocratic drive to ‘accumulate, accumulate, accumulate’ may take all of us down, once and forever. – Michael Parenti

Did you know that the word ‘tsunami,’ which is now being used worldwide, is a Japanese word? This is indicative of the extent to which Japan has been subject to frequent tsunami disasters in the past. – Junichiro Koizumi

Life cannot be classified in terms of a simple neurological ladder, with human beings at the top; it is more accurate to talk of different forms of intelligence, each with its strengths and weaknesses. This point was well demonstrated in the minutes before last December’s tsunami, when tourists grabbed their digital cameras and ran after the ebbing surf, and all the ‘dumb’ animals made for the hills. – Brian Reynolds Myers

Thank God for the tsunami, and thank God that two thousand dead Swedes are fertilizing the ground over there [in Asia]. How many of these two thousand, do you suppose, were fags and dykes? This is how the Lord deals with His enemies. And the Lord has got some enemies. And Sweden heads the list. You filthy Swedes. You filthy Swedes! – Fred Phelps

For me mindfulness is like building a house, so the next time the tsunami that is depression comes I’ll have a structure in place to resist it. – Ruby Wax

I’d turn and run but I’m anchored by two dudes that could hold the Titanic during a tsunami. – Karen Marie Moning

It’s been a tsunami of media and I’ve been riding it on a mercury surfboard. – Charlie Sheen

I’m a doer, and whether it was the tsunami in Sri Lanka or the earthquake in Indonesia, I was always saying, I should be there; I should be helping out. – Paul Walker

In my mind of course natural disaster like tsunami, and these things, also I think indirectly may relate to human behavior. But then major sort of problems actually they’re due to a lack of moral principle. – Dalai Lama

Small quarrels and tensions were expected because of our new environment. Every relationship has them. Each quarrel was soon forgotten and floated away on a wave. And then sometimes, on our silly days, the arguments returned on the wave, but the wave returned taller, a Tsunami, and neither of us knew where to run or what to do. – Craig Stone

We are in the midst of a once-in-a-century credit tsunami. Central banks and governments are being required to take unprecedented measures. Those of us who have looked to the self-interest of lending institutions to protect shareholders’ equity are in a state of shocked disbelief. – Alan Greenspan

Desolation outdoor scene of destruction after tsunami calamity

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What the members of the Church need, more than anything else, are strong testimonies of Jesus Christ and the gospel He restored. They need to know. And they need to know that they know. This is the best protection against the tsunami of temptations and the waves of immorality that crash against us. Perhaps this is just another reason why the first principle of the gospel is faith in the Lord Jesus Christ! – John Bytheway

My body melts into his hard one until his strong arm, coiled around my small waist, is all that hols me upright. I don’t know if I’m bad for him, or him for me. All I know is that this is as inevitable as an incoming tsunami, and I’m just bracing for the swim of my life. – Katy Evans

Love is bigger then a tsunami, stronger then any fear. – Bethany Hamilton

Daily ripples of excellence -over time- become a tsunami of success – Robin Sharma

We live in a time of turmoil. Earthquakes and tsunamis wreak devastation, governments collapse, economic stresses are severe, the family is under attack, and divorce rates are rising. We have great cause for concern. But we do not need to let our fears displace our faith. We can combat those fears by strengthening our faith. – Russell M. Nelson

The current situation of the earthquake, tsunami and the nuclear plants is in a way the most severe crisis in the 65 years since World War II. – Naoto Kan

Martin Luther King challenged the conscience of my generation, and his words and his legacy continue to move generations to action today at home and around the world. His love and faith is alive in millions of Americans who volunteer each day in soup kitchens or in schools, or who refused to ignore the suffering of millions they’d never met in far-away places when a tsunami brought unthinkable destruction. His vision and his passion is alive in churches and on campuses when millions stand up against the injustice of discrimination anywhere, or the indifference that leaves too many behind. – John F. Kerry

Sarah Palin finally heard what happened in Japan and she’s demanding that we invade ‘Tsunami.’ – Bill Maher

[In the late 80’s] that’s the first time I heard about that astonishing idea [that most photographs would be taken on telephones]. And now I’ve been watching the tsunami of images. – Sam Abell

I think the hardest questions had to do with suffering. It had to do with all of our church members and friends passing through difficult times. Sometimes it’s the global climate: tsunamis, earthquakes, radiation. I think these kinds of questions are absolutely the most difficult, yet we need to be ready to respond to them because we have to be able as pastors to walk people through these valleys, these tough times in their lives. – Max Lucado

After the tsunami in Japan, we were open for business. In fact, I flew there 10 days after the tsunami to show our support for the Japanese people. – Jamie Dimon

Everybody across this country knows that the tsunami of drugs is threatening their very families. – John Kasich

When, President Bush asks me to go with his father to the Tsunami impacted areas and help raise money, I was thrilled to do that, because I think we have to always keep looking for common ground. – William J. Clinton

Artist impression of London bridge flooded by tsunami calamity

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These often unsung heroes understand…that poverty, disease and famine are just as deadly and destructive as earthquakes, hurricanes and tsunamis. Individuals …are taking on these challenges in their communities, volunteering to make a difference. They remain the true champions of our work towards the Millennium Development Goals. – Kofi Annan

You’ll never be just anything. A tsunami can never be just a wave (…) Waves are banal. Tsunamis reshape the Earth – Karen Marie Moning

We think we have a responsibility. And I think it’s important for all of us in the Western world to realize that we’ve all been blessed a lot and if you go to these parts they don’t have a lot, even before the tsunami. – Kevin B. Rollins

I think the hardest one had to do with suffering. It had to do with all of our church members and friends passing through difficult times. Sometimes it’s the global climate: tsunamis, earthquakes, radiation. I think these kinds of questions are absolutely the most difficult, yet we need to be ready to respond to them because we have to be able as pastors to walk people through these valleys, these tough times in their lives. – Max Lucado

In some countries we have had the right to vote for less than 100 years, so the entry of women into political leadership has caused a tsunami. – Iveta Radicova

Women are far more likely to follow orders to evacuate, especially women with children. At the same time, women were much more likely to die during the South Asian tsunami. In some villages it was 3 to 1. And that was party because of the average strength it takes to hold onto something. Also it was cultural; women were less likely to know how to swim, as were children. So much of this is based on how we develop our own survival skills before something goes wrong: Even if nothing goes wrong, it might be good to know how to swim. – Amanda Ripley

I’m always shocked that gay marriage is such a big deal. You have to realize how precious human life is, when there are tsunamis and mudslides, when there are armies and terrorists – at any moment, you could be gone, and potentially in the most brutal fashion. – Jennifer Beals

We would be doing the children of South Asia a great disservice if we allowed ourselves to believe that the need of children to belong to a loving, permanent family was washed away by the waves of the tsunami – Mary Landrieu

Civilisation, the orderly world in which we live, is frail. We are skating on thin ice. There is a fear of a collective disaster. Terrorism, genocide, flu, tsunamis. – Zygmunt Bauman

I would say the damage here is much more [than the tsunami], the magnitude of the calamity here is much more – Bill Vaughan

The customer demands simplicity, that organizations organize around them. Easy to use is a customer tsunami ripping across the world. Ease of use and simplicity must now be at the heart of organizational strategy. – Gerry McGovern

After surviving the tsunami in Sri Lanka and facing that moment where I was not sure if I would live to see the next, I learned all that matters is now. – Rosie Fellner

Dangerous waves of a tsunami crashing on a jetty and approaching dangerously

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The only hope of transforming the world from the ‘tsunami of violence’ is for each of us to become the change we wish to see in the world. – Arun Manilal Gandhi

Whenever an earthquake or tsunami takes thousands of innocent lives, a shocked world talks of little else. I’ll never forget the wrenching days I spent in Haiti last year for Save the Children just weeks after the earthquake. – Anne M. Mulcahy

With every story that TV covers, somebody – some corporation, some shareholders – are making money. That’s true whether covering Libya, Iraq, the tsunami in Japan, Osama bin Laden, whatever story there is. That day, the shareholders are making money off it. Every newspaper that’s sold, somebody’s making a dime. – Nancy Grace

It is folly to believe that Congress and the president, on their own, will make the necessary and difficult decisions to address the impending financial debacle. After all, they and their predecessors engineered the approaching tsunami. As the situation becomes direr, the federal government’s actions will grow more oppressive. – Mark Levin

We’ve put huge resources into predicting tsunamis, hurricanes, and earthquakes. HIV/AIDS is like an earthquake that’s lasted 30 years and touched every country on the planet. We have such incredible capacity to think about the future, it’s time we used it to predict biological threats. Otherwise we’ll be blindsided again and again. – Nathan Wolfe

Sometimes I wish eastern Congo could suffer an earthquake or a tsunami, so that it might finally get the attention it needs. The barbaric civil war being waged here is the most lethal conflict since World War II and has claimed at least 30 times as many lives as the Haiti earthquake. – Nicholas D. Kristof

If that god is described as being all-powerful and all-knowing and all-good, I don’t see evidence for it anywhere in the world. So I remain unconvinced. If that god is all-powerful and all-good, I don’t see that when a tsunami kills a quarter-million or an earthquake kills a quarter-million people. I’d like to think of good as something in the interest of your health or longevity. – Neil deGrasse Tyson

Do Obama and Boxer realize they are on the wrong side of a tsunami of voter discontent with a government run by and for the public employee unions? – Mickey Kaus

From the streets of Cairo and the Arab Spring, to Occupy Wall Street, from the busy political calendar to the aftermath of the tsunami in Japan, social media was not only sharing the news but driving it. – Dan Rather

There was a tsunami and there are terrible natural disasters, because there isn’t enough Torah study. – Ovadia Yosef

I am grateful to President George W. Bush for PEPFAR, which is saving the lives of millions of people in poor countries and to both Presidents Bush for the work we’ve done together after the South Asia tsunami, Hurricane Katrina and the Haitian earthquake. – William J. Clinton

Punk rock was the tsunami that threatened to drown us all in 1977. – Pete Townshend

Some of the money from the senior players goes to helping out the younger kids. It is from the players’ pool, the fines for being late and so on. Some will go to something like the tsunami appeal and some to helping out young players. – John Terry

Crashing waves of tsunami in deep sea dangerously approaching

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What do Japanese Jews love to eat? Hebrew National Tsunami. – Gilbert Gottfried

If the U.S. wants to help people in tsunami-hit countries like Sri Lanka and Indonesia – not to mention other poor countries in Africa – there’s one step that would cost us nothing and would save hundreds of thousands of lives. It would be to allow DDT in malaria-ravaged countries. – Nicholas D. Kristof

I’ve given up asking questions. l merely float on a tsunami of acceptance of anything life throws at me … and marvel stupidly. – Terry Gilliam

If you focus on sandbagging the beachhead, you can ignore the tsunami that’s approaching. Try it any other way and you’ll go crazy. – Jodi Picoult

With the terrible earthquake and resulting tsunami that have devastated Japan, the only good news is that anyone exposed to excess radiation from the nuclear power plants is now probably much less likely to get cancer. – Ann Coulter

I thought about the earth then, really thought about it, the tsunami’s and earthquakes and volcanoes, all the horrors I haven’t witnessed but have changed my life, the lives of everyone I know, all the people I’ll never know. I thought about life without the sun, the moon, stars, without flowers and warm days in May. I thought about a year ago and all the good things I’d taken for granted and all the unbearable things that had replaced those simple blessings. And even though I hated the thought of crying in from of Syl, tears streamed down my face. – Susan Beth Pfeffer

This quake, tsunami and the nuclear accident are the biggest crises for Japan [in decades] … We will continue to handle it in a state of maximum alert. – Naoto Kan

People in Japan have experienced many tsunamis and various earthquakes throughout the ages. – Hayao Miyazaki

I dare anyone to spend 10 years in the laugh-track that is Chuck Lorre’s hive of oppression and not suffer some form of an emotional tsunami. – Charlie Sheen

President Obama is a utopian at heart. He wants to improve the lives of the downtrodden, which is a good thing. But, he doesn’t understand that damaging the free marketplace in pursuit of ‘social justice’ will eventually harm those whom he wants to help. The nation’s crushing debt is a tsunami brewing off shore. – Bill O’Reilly

My life is a tsunami of inspirations. Number one is that I really do just love my BBQ. I mean it’s the sustenance of mankind. You know, the animal rights of people, if they had their way, 99% of the human race would parish because we sustain ourselves with dead stuff on the grill. – Ted Nugent

What matters to me is that I do what I think is right and I see, I’m a numbers guy, that’s my attitude. I know we have a debt tsunami coming, we are bankrupting this country and I’m in a position where I can actually advance ideas to prevent that from happening. That’s exactly what I should be doing. – Paul Ryan

Dangerous tsunami waves approaching and crashing on a jetty

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It seems to be in fashion among Russian politicians to blame Berezovsky for everything. Soon they’ll be holding him responsible for global warming, earthquakes and tsunamis. – Alexander Lebedev

If you’re listening to this, congratulations! You survived Doomsday. I’d like to apologize straightaway for any inconvenience the end of the world may have caused you. The earthquakes, rebellions, riots,tornadoes, floods, tsunamis, and of course the giant snake who swallowed the sun—I’m afraid most of that was our fault. Carter and I decided we should at least explain how it happened. – Rick Riordan

With the art therapy, as soon as they saw the paper and crayons coming, we couldn’t get it out fast enough. And we told them to draw about the tsunami. – Connie Sellecca

The thoughts of letting go of everything I love overwhelms like a tsunami of sorrow. – Sandra Cisneros

With government deregulation and the triumph of financial liberalization, the dangers of systemic risks, the possibility of a financial tsunami, sharply increased. – Noam Chomsky

For many years, it seemed as if nothing changed in Norway. You could leave the country for three months, travel the world, through coups d’etat, assassinations, famines, massacres and tsunamis, and come home to find that the only new thing in the newspapers was the crossword puzzle. – Jo Nesbo

Baby girl, Cross is a tsunami. – Sylvia Day

I was extremely moved by the plight of Tsunami victims and I was inspired to try to make a difference. – Alanis Morissette

Every week a tsunami rips through poor towns and villages all over the world. It claims 25,000 lives a day, 175,000 a week. It sweeps children from the arms of their mothers, robs hundreds of millions of any hope for the future. That tsunami is hunger. Help us end it now. – Colin Farrell

On behalf of my native Japan, I am grateful to the culinary community and hospitality industry for working together to raise much-needed funds to aid the tsunami and earthquake victims. – Masaharu Morimoto

But this plan of yous!’ Tawaret shuddered, causing a tsunami of jiggling hippo flesh. – Rick Riordan

Oh, my God. It hit me like a tsunami then: how perfect he was for me, how he was everything I could possibly hope for, as a friend, boyfriend – maybe even more. He was it for me. There would be no more looking. I really, really loved him, with a whole new kind of love I’d never felt before, something that made every other kind of love I’d ever felt just seem washed out and wimpy in comparison. I loved him with every cell in my body, every thought in my head, every feather in my wings, every breath in my lungs. And air sacs. – James Patterson

There is a chance that we could have at least as many dying from communicable diseases as we’ve had dying from the tsunami. – David Nabarro

Sad adult man standing by house torn down by tsunami

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I’ve always been fascinated with marine geography and how deep things are. I was spellbound by the tsunami, for example, by the actual maps. There is just something about the unseen bottom of the sea that has always fascinated me, how deep is it. – Joan Didion

But none of that kept me from picturing what a tsunami might look like if it did rise up and roar toward my little boat like some watery blue version of the Great Wall of China. – Abby Sunderland

Being here, it is just impossible to imagine what that was like, when the tsunami hit. – Connie Sellecca

The generosity of the American public toward the victims of Hurricane Katrina and the Tsunami has been reflected in the outpouring of support for the Pakistani earthquake victims. – Jon Porter

There is nothing – no program, no hobby, no vice, no crime – that does not ‘create jobs’. Tsunamis, computer viruses and shooting convenience store clerks all ‘create jobs’. So that claim misses the plot; it applies to all so is an argument in favor of none. Instead of an argument on the merits, it is an admission that one has no such arguments. – Chris Horner

Disasters such as earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanoes, floods, oil spills and radioactive fallout cause massive death of people, pigs, bats and birds. These disasters also impact the immune health of survivors. All harbor viruses. – Paul Stamets

I don’t know if God exists and I don’t care. God’s will and design for this temporal and spatial vastness, if any, is so patently, deliberately impenetrable that I doubt any mortal has a grasp on it. The very inexplicability of sad events like the tsunami, like the AIDS crisis or even like the cancer death of the father of one of my daughter’s 2nd-grade classmates last week are, to me, reminders to focus on our obligations to one another, not to the infinite; to honor the creator, if any, by honoring creation itself and hoping that’s good enough. – Eric Zorn

A reminder (Japan’s earthquake and tsunami) how flimsy our sophisticated modern world really is – George Alagiah

Sad adult person sitting in house collecting water overflooded by tsunami

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