Back in August I was sitting around somewhere scrolling through social media when a headline caught my attention.
Google Maps Street View helps Peruvian man discover wife’s affair
This was interesting on two fronts:
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I have been thinking about the boys that were stuck in that cave in Thailand. According to the news the other morning, they are now all out. It reminded me of that Chilean mine rescue years ago, 2010, remember? They brought in a specially made capsule to rescue the trapped men one by one…I was up all night following along. Left a huge impression on me.
Same with these boys.
It’s heart wrenching to think about these things in concrete, tangible terms. A kid, any kid, and now all these adults, some of whom have kids, families, putting their own life on the line for a rescue mission. Working for a common cause, a desired result, coming together, sharing expertise. One rescuer died in the process of saving young lives…I think about him, and his family, too.
It’s enlightening to think about the combined efforts of so many people, often across international borders, that come together for the single purpose to save lives.
How easy has the internet made it for us to get real time, instant information? With a few clicks, you can be right there following along. Continue reading “The ever fascinating internet: sifting through massive amounts of information”