While the Titanic was sinking, after hitting an iceberg, the panic-stricken passengers were shouting, crawling and pushing, to get out saving their lives. The band kept on playing music to help to calm down the passengers while the crew loaded the lifeboats. As the ship sank, lower and lower, the band continued to play until the very end.
When terrorist criminals committed their bloody actions in Paris, on November 16 in 2015, and caused many victims, the football game France-Germany went on, as if nothing, in particular, had taken place. The show had to go on.
The Titanic band and the Parisian Football team had to fulfill a task of uplifting a situation of horror into a span of innocence and peacefulness by keeping on playing and averting people from a deadly tornado of panic.
With Martin Luther, we might say that "even if the world goes to pieces tomorrow, we will still plant our apple tree today." Even if the situation appears to be hopeless, we may attain a feeling of greatness and a sense of eternity by defying destiny. Through the endeavor to carry out an ultimate deed, we may reach the inner light of a world beyond.
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