Positive Effects of Destructive Weather

While watching Hurricane Ike and its impact on the gulf coast of our country, I remembered something that happened years ago.  It can be considered a writing trigger. Positive Effects on destructive weather.

The aftermath of destructive weather can lead to a bonding of neighborhoods and those living in them. The residents meet their neighbors and can help each other. The community pulls together in a cooperative effort. Here is a personal story that may provide additional insight:

At one point in my life, I lived through a tornado (in Michigan), our community was left without power.  We were in a state of disarray, also.

Well, while outside checking out the damage (day after the tornado) – I met my neighbors.  Prior to that, everyone kind of stuck to themselves.

It gives a different perspective. That is just one example of positive effects of destructive weather. It brings people together.

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