The Melcom building collapse - Death is Inevitable

Death they say is inevitable, but how one exits this world is what really matters. We wake up in the morning and bid good bye to our families and loved ones with the hope of meeting with them again in the evening, but some of the good bye end up being the last of such a gesture. Yesterday my eyes couldn't believe what it saw as trapped bodies cried for air and water. Those whose cries could not penetrate the thick concrete  pillars to the Rescue team and onlookers gave up their ghost. Oh! man born of a woman is but of few days.

Rescuers trying to save trapped bodies

May their innocent souls rest in peace.

Picture: Courtesy Ghanaweb

Shalom!

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  1. This is bad. May the souls of the departed rest in peace. Amen. First time here. Nice blog.

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    1. Thanks so much for stopping by to comment. I met yesterday on a few blogs. You are most welcome. Are you a blogger? I would like to follow you too. Hope you'll follow soon.

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