Just in case you're those one of those cavemen, here's what happened in Northern Japan last Friday.
What happened all over the world for the past 72 hours and on had been nothing less than impressive.
Old debts aside, people and organizations all over the world are showing care and support for the misfortune which hit thousands of people without a sign. It was a wake-up call to mankind, that no matter how technologically-advanced we are, there's no way we can win Mother Nature.
Some say women are unpredictable, and I guess that's why the Nature is The Mother.
More importantly, it brought me to the point of understanding the power of cyberspace, beyond those lame and stupid stuff people do on social networking websites.
Minutes after the disaster struck, news spread on websites, and minutes later, retweeted, forwarded and every-other-mean-possible-ed splattered all over the internet.
Don't give yourself a chance to think that your dad doesn't love you enough, cos I think there isn't anymore anyone can ask for from anyone else.
Don't let yourself live a day and think back realising you did not do something you should or always wanted to. If that's how you're going to look at your life if you leave this moment, there can't be any worse feeling.
For now, let's count our blessings, cherish every morning we get to wake and every night we get to lay in bed.
Aboveall, pray hard for those out there, and help if you know of any way you can. Be it an act of monetary donation or a simple retweet, just to let more people know what's going on.