Anything that annoys you is teaching you patience. Anyone who abandons you is teaching you how to stand on your own two feet. Anything that angers you is teaching you forgiveness and compassion. Anything that has power over you is teaching you how to take your power back. Anything you hate is teaching you unconditional love. Anything you fear is teaching you courage to overcome your fear. Anything out of your control is teaching you how to let go.
Life is a lesson. Passing the exam is up to us.
Take to this Monday with the lessons above. Do your homework no matter how long it takes. Passing the test will be one of the greatest achievements you will ever accomplish.
Cet article est un hommage et de mémoire des passagers à bord Air France vol 447. Les âmes doivent les ailes d'anges pour nous aider dans la poursuite de rendre le ciel plus sûr .
This article is in memory of those souls which perished on board Air France 447. May their souls grow the wings of angels which will help guide us in pursuit to make the skies safer.
Este artigo está na memória daquelas almas que morreram a bordo 447 da Air France. Que suas almas crescer as asas dos anjos que irá ajudar a guiar-nos em busca de fazer os céus mais seguros.
Looking into the eye's of the passenger profile photos of some of those on board after having read this book, I could never begin to understand what was going through their minds during their final thoughts and moments alive on aboard Air France flight 447.
A 26 year old doctor from Ireland, an 11 year old student from the United K…
As of tonight, when most of the Western Hemisphere will be sleeping, yet another year will mark the fateful crash of reg: F-GZCP, an Airbus A330-203 operating as Air France flight 447 which developed ice crystallization within it's pitot tubes causing a loss of data/automation to the aircraft. As a result of many (SMS: Safety Systems Management, CRM: Crew Resource Management, TEM: Threat and Error Management) factors, the A330 entered into a high altitude aerodynamic stall amidst a tropical thunderstorm over the mid-South Atlantic ocean en route from Rio de Janeiro to Paris-DeGaulle. The souls of 226 passengers and 12 crew left the plane, grew angelic wings, and flew to heavenly altitudes. As time passes, this event tends to regretfully slip the mind of some. For others, a day does not go by where Air France 447 doesn't slip the mind for even a second.
For the victims' families, after seven years now from when the unexpected and unimaginable occurred, I still can no…