When we are grateful

By Chaplain (Maj.) Yan Xiong
Resource Manager, RSO

A couple years ago, I read this story in a magazine. A young man was learning to be a paratrooper. Before his first jump, he was given these instructions:

1. Jump when you are told.

2. Count to 10 and pull the ripcord.

3. In the unlikely event that your parachute doesn’t open pull the emergency ripcord.

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