Monday, August 13, 2007

Erring on the side of life

US families losing hope as Utah mine rescue effort draws blank

Who or what is in that mine? Six living human beings? Or six corpses?

We don't know, so we're making a presumption that they're living human beings and doing everything in our power to bring them out alive. How many people, how many man-hours, how much expense? Is it all a waste because we're not sure that there are men down there?

Or is human life of such value that you don't give up if there's still a chance?


JacqueFromTexas said...

Welcome back!

Christina Dunigan said...

Thanx, Jacque. The trip was incredible. The pictures are all a jumble right now but you can see them here. I'll organize them and label them later.