posted on Feb, 3 2005 @ 07:47 AM
1. Yes, it is a blessing when the little things save you from the cruel reality of life.
2. Who said that all those dead wern't greatful to be there? Most Firemen wern't there to do JUST a job. It was something they beleived in, and
some of them were God-fearing. How many people died with a calm look of assurance of God taking care of them, whether they lived or died, with a
prayer on their lips? If there is a God and he wants your worship, he got quite a few worshipers because of that day.....it's like assuming knowing
all of God's motivation, lol...
3. Think about this, everyone gets an email about not going to work, for either the true reasons or for others, how many would NOT go? How many
would think it spam and never read it? What would security do? We got the warning when the Twin Towers were BOMBED by TERRORISTS when I was a kid.
People STILL WORKED THERE AFTERWARDS. You work somewhere that's a target of terrorists, you shouldn't be suprised when it's targeted by
terrorists, yet again. Your death's on your own head, as much as I widh it wasn't. A few years before the Titanic sank, there was a book about a
giant ship called the Titan. It held the same general size, same dimensions, approximately the same ammount of passengers, and basically the same
death. Also, some paper put in print that not even God could sink this ship. That is enough for me right there, I wouldn't have gone. What do you
kneed, an Angel? We put people on medication for listening to angels, lol... We get warnings, rather clear ones all the time. We don't follow
them because we think that they are not rational or are not the warnings we seek on a daily basis. Death Imminent could be spelled in the clouds and
we'd assume we are seeing things...
4. The peopel that were saved wern't particularly right with God either. Maybe those that were saved from it are needed for toher things, if they
try. Who knows? I'd have to follow around and watch their lives unfold.