|Mario Sepulveda leads a cheer for Chile after being lifted from the mine early Wednesday.
Sepulveda was the second miner to be rescued.
Photo from the Government of Chile
It bring to mind all of those people who do jobs that most of us would never consider doing. Years ago a show began on the Discovery Network called Deadliest Catch. If you have not seen the program it is about crab fishermen in Alaska, this is considered the deadliest job on earth. Followed by Ice Road Truckers on the History Channel. These men and women have jobs that keep the world moving but we would never do. We like to watch them do it, but would not want to do it ourselves. Men and women put themselves in harms way everyday at their particular place of employment. We need to remember these folks.
One of the truly amazing stories I heard during this whole ordeal was the fight they were having over the order that they would be rescued. They were not fighting over who would go first, but they were fighting over who would go last! Amazing!
God bless all those men and women who put themselves in harms way each and everyday to make our lives a little bit easier. God bless the men who are being rescued and God bless those who did not make it out alive.