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May 13, 2010



Whoa!Whoa! this is stretching. Stories of courage like these rarely happen. how many people you know would ever take risk to this extreme?


Inspirational.....gave me a boost to come out of my comfort zone ..


Hello Rajiv,

Had opportunity to read FR Stories written by you . Congratulation / They are great & you write very well . Keep doing great job by adding more stories.


R. Shah

Dear Cynical:

You are right - stories like this rarely happen. However, that does not make this or similar stories any less relevant. I would dare say that it makes them even more applicable as they illuminate the same philosophy/idea performed under the most extraordinary of circumstances. If a human being is able to show courage and take action in these extreme conditions, then what is it that stops us from performing when the circumstances are more pedestrian?

As far as answering the question of who else would have the courage to take action in this situation, I can not speak for others and what lies within them. All I can say is that there are those out there that do, however challenging the task. I will assume that you are not one of those people - however even you might surprise yourself given the right motivation.

Rajiv S.

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