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When the families of the passengers and crews members of flight 370 bid their loved ones goodbye of that fateful day of March eight little did they know they would probably be seeing them for the last time. After three weeks hopes have dwindled into nothingness. There are so many unanswered questions and we are no where closer to the truth as to exactly what happened to the air plane which has seemingly vanished without a trace.

For the families of those on board they might never know exactly what happened but one thing is certain, something happened that will change their lives forever. Knowing what happened would help to bring closure yet at this point perhaps it is time to accept the fact that they may never be coming back and move forward. It is a hard pill to swallow but sometimes live throws you a knock out punch and you have to regroup, pick up the pieces and move on.

We can only try to imagine what the families are going through at this time. For them it is a time of sorrow, pain and loss and not knowing what happened will only make it harder to accept. Yet they will have to find the strength to accept the loss of their loved ones. In life we do not always get the answers we seek and this is one of those moments.

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4 Comments

  1. wonkywizard says:

    The plane has ended,
    Pain …, not abated.
    Disappearing act, not real,
    The visual and aural baffled.

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  2. Sandee says:

    I feel for those families. This is quite a mystery…

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  3. Sue C. says:

    We continue to pray for their families and may the Lord show them where the plane is. Such a tragedy!

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