A colleague in family systems pointed this article out to me. Reminds me of Jesus. Makes me wonder what the church would be like if we learned this lesson. I know I would be a different man.
This past January, an airbus 320, flown by USAir Captain Chelsey “Sully” Sullenberger, ditched his plane in the waters off the Hudson River on a flight bound for Charlotte, NC. There were no serious injuries to the 155 aboard.
Now, almost forgotten is a similar flight that occurred November 22, 1968. It’s been more than forty years since Captain Kohie Asoh, the Japan Air Lines Pilot, landed his DC-8 jet with 96 passengers and 11 crew members, two and a half miles out in the San Francisco Bay but in nearly exact compass line with the runway. Captain Asoh landed the jet so gently that many of the passengers were unaware they were in the water until a sailboat appeared on the port bow. No one was hurt. No one was bruised. No one even got their feet wet when passengers were taken off in inflatable rafts. While the jet…
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