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While many people may question God, or their respective deity of choice, about why they would permit such a horrible act, or else wonder what they could have done wrong to be treated with such a horrible act, the Japanese believe that a disaster is a chance for self-transformation. The Japanese would rather grow from their despair and loss instead of letting it destroy them from the inside out. Two things that have been learned from this article are that disasters are only physically disastrous, providing people with the opportunity to grow spiritually and socially and that disasters are a chance to strengthen bonds with neighbors and strangers, as well as with one’s self. The Japanese essentially follow and implement the age-old adage of what does not kill you can only make you stronger.