Why they live while others die


they live while others die

From CNN: Deborah Scaling Kiley still can’t break free from that night.
She can’t shake the screams, the image of the frothing water turning
red, and the sounds of sharks attacking the man who had just been sitting
next to her. She still can’t forget blurting out the Lord’s Prayer to
block out the cries of the man dying in front of her.

"As long as I kept saying those words, I knew I was all right,"
she says today. "It was my only proof that I had not gone mad."
Kiley would survive that night, clinging to a dingy in the Atlantic
Ocean for five days without food and water. But so have others in circumstances
that seemed as hopeless. They are the amazing characters who seem to
surface during every manmade or natural disaster — those who survive
against all odds. Read the