August 25, 2010 at 3:27 am in The Daily Republic
The enormity of the story grows on a person as time passes, this current-events tale of 33 miners trapped nearly half a mile under the earth in a copper mine in Chile.
When I first heard the news earlier this week that rescuers had made contact with the miners and that all of them were alive after 17 days, I listened to the story and then went about my business. After work that day, I had time to consider the event. If I’d been trapped in that mine with those workers, I’d have been underground now for two and onehalf weeks. That’s a lifetime. Continue Reading