The fog was thick yesterday morning, outside the window on the first Sunday of January, 2015. Hardly any noise was heard from people or traffic. Yet, broadcasting on social media was the news of a 7-year old girl. This young survivor of a private plane crash walked to safety in the dark, on a cold evening to look for help for her family. http://fox8.com/2015/01/03/7-year-old-girl-survives-deadly-Kentucky-plane-crash/
We cannot surmise what she may have felt when her parents and sister “did not wake up” after the crash. So many questions come to mind that we just focus on the outcome and her miraculous survival. What would it take for any one of us to keep walking in the dark. I wonder. . .
Perhaps we can keep this moment of witnessing from Nature, or fate, or of a higher power, or of the beauty of Love instilled from a family unit, as an inspiration. As we begin our walk though our career during 2015 and Choose Who We Want to be Known As, I know I will keep this miraculous moment in my thoughts. Have a good career week!
“Jo Ann” M. Radja, Career Management Coach and Change Agent