Sunday, 23 March 2014

Bric-à-brac - Life.


While, Im not emotionally affected in any ways as some comments I read relation to the latest aviation tragedy (shall I call it tragedy, or leave it as mystery until they recover something?...), I, on the other hand feels that if we're always aware and believe in 'expect the unexpected', our acceptance in losing someone loved, be it by death or parting, will always shield us from emotional break downs.

There is this phrase in the Al Quraan -- 'Kun Faya Kun'....interpreted it brought the meaning of  'Be, and It will be...'.
It is the order of God.
What ever he decide to be, will be as decided.
The starting of our life, in our mother's womb to the time of our death, are all predestined.

There are things that is beyond us, or beyond the reach of most intelligent human minds. 
  
If ever the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 never to be found at all, even with satellite image sightings from countries such as China, Australia and France (which in my opinion yet another showcase of one nation military and intel sophistication) then, it would, join the list of the never found Northwest Orient Airlines Flight 2501, which disappeared over Lake Michigan in 1953 . 
It vanished from radar screens after requesting a descent to 2,500 feet.

The American flight, although debris, upholstery, and human body fragments were found floating on the surface and dragging the bottom of Lake Michigan were carried out, they were unable to locate the plane's wreckage. Ever.
The flight was carrying 55 passengers and three crew members.

Lets take a look at another case in Penang, Malaysia last year. 
This accident happened last year during a freak storm near Macalister Road where one 44 year-old man succumbed to his last burial ground there and then when a concrete lightning arrestor pole structure fell and crashed into his car burying some 40m deep into the ground.

Rescuer failed to find any body or parts, but only managed to recover the back part of the car and tyres. 
Where has he gone?
Why not even a limb found?
That remains a mystery.

Could the flight MH370 received similar state of unfortunate incident and buried miles down the seabed?
I would think so.

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