Deeper perspectives

When the US Airways plane with 155 people on board ditched into a
chilly Hudson River, we knew who to thank for saving all on board.  It
was captain Chesley B. "Sully" Sullenberger, whose masterful skills
navigated the plane to safety. 

But, imagine you are on a plane
flying over two hundred miles an hour at thirty thousand feet, when
suddenly without explanation, the engines stop working.  The captain
has tried everything to get them to reignite, but to no avail. You are
in crash position and agonizing your demise.  Then, suddenly, without
explanation, the engines burst back to life one by one, delivering you
safely home.  Who do you thank then? read more>

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