Loved ones remain hopeful amid desperate search for survivors of building collapse

At least four people have died and an estimated 159 people are still unaccounted for. Hundreds of first responders have been working to search under the rubble for survivors.

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25 thoughts on “Loved ones remain hopeful amid desperate search for survivors of building collapse

  1. Benjamin Franklin famously advised fire-threatened Philadelphians in 1736 that “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”
    When we say that prevention is better than cure, it essentially means that it is better to stop something before it happens instead of having to repair it or deal with its consequences after it has already been done.
    That proverb was applied and practiced in 1736 and it is still relevant today

  2. This Fleeting Life
    All know of a certainty that death is a phenomenon that takes everyone, and there hath never been nor can there ever be a refuge from it. (Baha’u’llah, AQA 5:131, provisional translation)

    This fleeting life is sorrow and grief. Each day is the dashing of a hope, the torment of a loved one, or some bizarre accident. This is what life is. True life is eternal life.
    (Abdu’l-Baha, quoted in Bada’i` al-Athar, 2:10, provisional translation)

    It is proven that the life of this world hath neither merit nor sweetness. The garden of bodily life is neither tender nor refined. Its honey is bitter and its sugar is repeated poison. Its life is death, and its happiness is snake venom.
    (Abdu’l-Baha, Bisharat al-Nur, 473, provisional translation)

    Death is ordained and predestined for everyone. When the time of death cometh, it shall not be delayed nor happen more than once.
    [Baha’u’llah(The promised one of all ages), AQA 7:238, provisional translation]

    …it is an irrevocable, divine decree that every soul shall be taken.
    (Baha’u’llah, AQA, 6:290, provisional translation)

    …death, unheralded, shall come upon thee.
    (Baha’u’llah, Hidden Words (Arabic), #31)

    Every life ends in death and everything that remains passes away. This cup is a treasure for all, and each soul finally takes a sip and hastens to the next world. Divine wisdom requires this. (Abdu’l-Baha, Bisharat al-Nur, 381-2, provisional translation)

    In
    His Tablets Bahá'u'lláh(The promised one) says that were we able to
    comprehend the facilities that await us in the world tocome, death would
    lose its sting; nay rather we would
    welcome it as a gate-way to a
    realm immeasurably higher and nobler than this home of suffering we call
    our earth. You should therefore think of their blessings and comfort
    yourself for your momentary separation. In time all of us will join our departed ones and share their joys.
    ( Shoghi Effendi, From a letter written on behalf of to an individual believer, January 13, 1932)

    “Death
    proffereth unto every confident believer the cup that is life indeed.
    It bestoweth joy, and is the bearer of gladness. It conferreth the gift
    of everlasting life. As to those that have tasted of the fruit of man's
    earthly existence, which is the recognition of the one true God, exalted
    be His glory, their life hereafter is such as We are unable to
    describe. The knowledge thereof is with God, alone, the Lord of all
    worlds.”
    (Baha'u'llah, Gleanings from the Writings of Baha'u'llah, p. 345)

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