Phone of the Wind | DailyGood
June 3, 2021– “‘Hello. If you are out there, listen to me.’ On a hill overlooking the ocean in the city of Otsuchi, in northeastern Japan, there is a telephone booth known as the ‘Wind Telephone’. It is not connected to any part, but people come to “call” family members who were lost during the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake tsunami. Many visit the phone booth, including a mother and three children who have lost their father This documentary looks at the unique role that this phone is playing in helping the grieving process of many.309 reads)
To take actionThink of someone you have lost in your own life. Think of the words you could say to him over the “Wind Telephone.”
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