Love that can not be spoken about… Love is so beautiful, no one can be blind to it! Love is so powerful, no one can escape from it! Love is so silent, no one can’t but respond to it! Love is so affectionate, no one can forget it! Love is so caring, no one is beyond it! Love is so protective, no one can say a NO to it! Love is so unique, no one can be placed instead of it! Love is so friendly, no one can’t but have it! Love is so personal, no reason can win over it! Love is so optimistic, no count down can run in it! Love is so devotional, no one is taught about it! Love is so reliable, no one can break it! Love is so blind, no enemy, we can have in it! Love is so funny, no topic is specific to it! Love is so aggressive, no one can’t but obey it! Love is so romantic, no words can describe it! Love is so adventurous, nothing is impossible to it! Love is so lasting, nothing is a problem to it! Love is so adjustable, no one can resist it!
But love can be destructive:
The history of ikebana dates back approximately 500 years ago and the history of Ikenobo — the oldest school of ikebana. More than simply putting flowers in a container, ikebana is a disciplined art form in which nature and humanity are brought together. Contrary to the idea of floral arrangement as a collection of particolored or multicolored arrangement of blooms, ikebana often emphasizes other areas of the plant, such as its stems and leaves, and draws emphasis toward shape, line, form.
The slideshow and the video slideshow will show you the beauty of Japanese Ikebana:
The 2010 Chile earthquake occurred off the coast of the Maule Region of Chile on February 27, 2010, at 03:34 local time (06:34 UTC), rating a magnitude of 8.8 on the moment magnitude scale and lasting for about three minutes. The cities experiencing the strongest shaking—VIII (Destructive) on the Mercalli intensity scale—were Talcahuano, Arauco, Lota, Chiguayante, Cañete, and San Antonio. The earthquake was felt in the capital Santiago at Mercalli intensity scale VII (Very Strong). Tremors were felt in many Argentine cities, including Buenos Aires, Córdoba, Mendoza and La Rioja. Tremors were felt as far north as the city of Ica in southern Peru. Tsunami warnings were issued in 53 countries, and a tsunami was recorded, with amplitude of up to 2.6 m (8 ft 6 in) high, in the sea at Valparaíso, Chile. President Michelle Bachelet declared a “state of catastrophe”. She also confirmed the deaths of at least 708 people. Many more have been reported missing.
The epicenter of the earthquake was offshore from the Maule Region, approximately 8 km (5.0 miles) west of Curanipe and 115 km (71 mi) north-northeast of Chile’s second largest city, Concepción. The earthquake also caused seiches to occur in Lake Pontchartrain to the north of New Orleans, United States, located nearly 4,700 miles (7,600 km) from the epicenter of the quake.