We have recorded over 15,000 deaths, and we still have about over 7,700 people missing. The feelings that come to you when you see what these people have endured, and what they must have gone through, is just an event that tears at your heart strings. So from this burden, I have desire to come. I feel very concerned. If you want to know, that's one of the reasons we came. Well, what we decide to do is we want to show him about what has transpired since March 11, and by taking him to, what we call, Ishinomaki Hill. And, basically, when you see, when you go up on the top of the hill, you could see about 180 degrees of how bad the disaster was. When people, like me, who, if you go there almost every week, we feel like we've cleaned up quite a bit. But the people who haven't been there see it, and it's terrible, just, basically, all flattened. Then we took them to a near area where a cleanup effort hasn't even started. I've seen devastation in many parts of the world, but nothing quite like this. He saw big ships on ground, homes untouched. I've seen hundreds of pictures of what has taken place over the last three months. Setting foot on the ground has been an experience that I probably will never forget. On this trip, we went with a fisherman's co-op. And many of the fishermen lost their wives and children. Their work location is all just right along the coast. They had 80-plus ships, boats. They're fairly large size. And the cost of a ship is about $1 million. Only one was operable, after. Here is a group that have been completely devastated of their livelihood. We couldn't help every fisherman. We felt that we really wanted to work with a co-op, so that we provide them something that they commonly need. And that turned out to be the ice-making machines, as well as freezer, basically. We prepared him a list of our goods that we've donated and which he presented. Our gift consists of a 3 and 1/2 ton ice maker, five suitable refrigerators, a cooler truck, and other equipment and supplies to be decided in the future. This comes from the $2 and $3 and $4 and $5 donations we receive on Sundays from members around the world as part of the Humanitarian Fund that allows us to represent the Church in these kinds of endeavors. All of us who are involved in this rescue effort, we're very grateful for their prayers and concerns and goods people have sent. And anybody who prays for us that we might be successful in this regard, we felt that their prayers were felt and then fulfilled.