Sometimes that is all one can do, to be thankful for hope.

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yes ... true

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This one was lucky :<br />
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A tourist has miraculously survived following a fall into crocodile-infested waters after the cord snapped while she was bungee jumping in Zambia.<br />
Australian backpacker Erin Langworthy fell into the Zambezi river following the terrifying mishap, which happened as she leapt from a bridge at Victoria Falls on the country's border with Zimbabwe.<br />
The 22-year-old told how her feet were still tied together as she fell head first into the fast-flowing rapids beneath the world's largest waterfall.<br />
Miss Langworthy said she feared for her life but managed to survive after swimming to a nearby bank on the side of the river.<br />
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Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2083841/Bungee-jumper-Erin-Langworthy-escapes-crocodile-infested-rapids-cord-snaps.html#ixzz1jCJ9k6xF

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Hope is perhaps the cruelest of all emotions for it prolongs suffering

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yes ... very well said ... it is the last resort for those who suffer

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Considering the alternative, yes! And getting there sure must have been a wild ride. :)

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I would let go.

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