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People say that we should keep nature safe, to take care of it, to avoid destroying it and nature will give us thank you for this. Well, this isn’t a case each day because nature can damage us also not just to be thankful to us. The proof for this is the volcanic eruption that happened in Bali, two years ago and lasted about 4 minutes and 30 seconds.

Exactly this will be the theme in our post today where we will disguise about this eruption, give you the details and also we will show you a few photos of this happen. Some of you maybe are more emotional and will be sad after seeing the photos so prepare for seeing one sad moment and natural catastrophy. However, face the truth because this happens often and can surprise each person.

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Photo via www.truthinsideofyou.org

The Center of Volcanology and Geological Disaster Mitigation of Indonesia. In this period, people in Bali were praying for their lives and some of them keep it live and survive this catastrophe. I think that this proves about how life can be unfair and we can be safe today but the next day we can be death by a volcanic eruption or some other natural disaster.

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Photo via www.truthinsideofyou.org

In the last photo, we can see how everything is finished but check how closely are those houses and people living there. Hope that they were evacuated on time and their life are safe now. Also, hope that this catastrophy won’t happen again and people in Bali will be living happily after all.

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Photo via www.truthinsideofyou.org

Well, I hope that this post was interesting for you and you will share with friends to tell them that we have an amazing page with the great posts. My advice for all of you is to check out on the net how to be prepared for moments like this and to know how to stay alive when something like this happens. Also read about why we feel sad in happy moments even though when these days should be the happiest days for us, read the reasons and keep following the page in the future. Thanks!