Today's post is about death, but not sad cases it is all about curiosity, dilemmas, and preventing death.
First up is one of those young children knowing what to do in a crisis story. The surprising part of the story is how she learned CPR:
I bet this Mom is going to let any future children she has watch TV.
Did you ever ask yourself where do planes do to die? I mean every day new planes replace old ones. What happens to the old ones?
Now don't you just feel better informed?
Next up is a major dilemma. What choice would you make? How many people would you save?
I don't think I would save any of them because I would just sit down and cry. In all seriousness these are split second decisions and I am not sure what I would do. Hopefully I would save the five.
"There isn't much that tastes better than praise from those who are wise and capable" was said by a Swedish writer, was the first woman Nobel Laureate in Literature who lived from 1858 to 1940. Her most famous work was GOSTA BERLINGS SAGE. Who authored today's quote?