Watch: Nearly 100 Latter-day Saint Missionaries Perform Incredibly Touching Flash Mob in Japan Train Station

On March 11, 2011, a 9.0 magnitude earthquake triggered a devastating tsunami and destroyed much of Eastern Japan. The loss of life was staggering, and the damages were immense. 

But near the anniversary of this tragedy, nearly 100 Latter-day Saint missionaries shared an unusual message of hope and love. 

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At Japan Sendai Train Station, these missionaries shared this message flash-mob-style to "invite all to join in remembrance of those who are to this day remembered and loved," the YouTube description of the video reads. 

Watch the video of this incredible flashmob and read the English translation of the lyrics below:


Here is the English translation of the lyrics (also available in the description of this video on YouTube):

"My heart goes out to you when the winter snows gives way to spring. My heart is longing now, longing for the town where happiness had been. Been a place of hope and of dreaming too, been a home where my heart always went back to you. But, for now I only dream of the people who I loved and knew.

"Someone is singing, I can hear singing now. Someone is weeping, I can feel their tears. Someone is smiling, showing me why and how to go on living for years and years.

"Flowers will bloom, yes they will, . . . yes they will for you who are here or yet to be born. They'll bloom, yes they will, and they'll bloom again until there's no missing sorrow and no reason left to mourn.

"My heart goes out to you when the morning sun lights up the pale blue sky. My heart is heavy now with the grief I tried so often to deny. I regret mistakes that I sometimes made. But I know our love will never fade and that you'll live on instead of me and that you will have whatever love can be.

"Someone is thinking, I can read every thought, someone is shedding tears for all that was lost. Someone is leading you to love that they sought, asking you to love all that you love the most.

"Flowers will bloom, yes they will, . . . yes they will for you who are here or yet to be born. They'll bloom, yes they will, and they'll bloom again until there's no missing sorrow and no reason left to mourn. 

"Flowers will bloom, yes they will, . . . yes they will for you who are here or yet to be born. They'll bloom, yes they will, and they'll bloom again until there's no missing sorrow and no reason left to mourn. 

"Flowers will bloom, yes they will, . . . yes they will for you who are here or yet to be born. They'll bloom, yes they will, and they'll bloom again until you'll live and remember and love us forever more. You'll live and remember and love us forever more.

"When the winter snows give way to spring."

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