Saturday, April 14, 2012
1,514 people died when Titanic sank in the middle of the Atlantic early Monday morning on April 15, 1912. But it wasn't the iceberg that was responsible for the haunting tragedy. The icy killer was profound arrogance, reckless greed, and shameful irresponsibility.
Sadly, 100 years later, this same loveless killer lives on today. As we remember and mourn those 1,500 who needlessly perished, may Titanic live on as a reminder of what can happen when love ceases to be our motivation and becomes an annoying inconvenience.
It's been 100 years. Let's learn this lesson.
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