“I’m happy to receive an e-mail from you. I had written in hopes that many people would understand the situation in the field … I just wanted people to understand that there are many people fighting under harsh circumstances in the nuclear plants. That is all I want. Crying is useless. If we’re in hell now all we can do is to crawl up towards heaven.”—
An email exchange between a Toyko-based TEPCO employee and a colleague stationed at the crippled Fukushima power plant.