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One-Liner Wednesday: Rescue

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“The World Came to the Rescue.”

(A statement halfway into this news video.)

 

Working together with courage, skill, and cooperation we can accomplish the seemingly impossible.  Over 1000 rescue workers, plus volunteers, plus the hopes and prayers of people around the world focused on the boys in the cave came together for a common goal. Imagine what we could do with this kind of focus and cooperation for peace, for the earth, for finding what we can agree on.

 

Cave rescue

I’m sending prayers to the family and friends of Saman Gunan, (also spelled Kunan)  who died while delivering oxygen tanks to the boys and their coach. He will be remembered well.

Sanan Kunan

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Author: JoAnna

An open minded, tree-hugging Christian, former counselor, and life-long lover of animals, I'm returning to my creative roots and have published my first book: Trust the Timing, A Memoir of Finding Love Again. I also paint angels.

13 thoughts on “One-Liner Wednesday: Rescue

  1. Beautiful remembrance of Saman Gunan.

  2. This is such a good story. I am just very sorry that Saman Gunan died during this rescue effort.

  3. JoAnna, I am so glad you posted this. I have been thinking the same and you voiced what we all
    need to see. What wonder can take place when the world unite in their effort. A big light was lit
    to remind us of love and care coupled with skill and dedication can do.

    Saman Kunan knew the danger yet willingly took the risk for the safety of the boys.

    Miriam

  4. A perfect choice for this week and a wonderful tribute Saman Gunan. This really was a miracle for those families.

  5. You say it all in your opening sentence, JoAnna:
    “Working together with courage, skill, and cooperation we can accomplish the seemingly impossible.”

  6. It was so dangerous and all were so brave. It is so hard to imagine how those boys spent so long in a dark place. Yes, cooperation and courage is much needed in today’s world.

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