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Life can change in a moment and this is what I feel Titanic represents. You can think everything is going perfect and then suddenly you hit an iceberg. I often think of those people who fought to survive the sinking of Titanic and the courage of so many who sacrificed their lives for others in a moment of great tragedy.

I feel that all the departed souls of this experience look down upon all the attention going to this significant day and that they smile knowing that they will never be forgotten, even if their names were not known.

Take a few moments and reflect upon those that went before us.

The British liner RMS Titanic collided with an iceberg in the North Atlantic at 11:40 p.m. April 14, 1912 ship’s time and began sinking. (The ship went under two hours and 40 minutes later with the loss of 1,514 lives.)

From a Belfast cathedral to a ship in the cold North Atlantic, thousands are gathering to remember RMS Titanic, 100 years after the sinking of the luxury liner.

In Belfast, where Titanic was built, thousands will attend a concert at the city’s Waterfront Hall or a requiem mass at St. Anne’s Cathedral on Saturday.

Aboard the cruise ship MS Balmoral, which is retracing the Titanic’s route passengers and crew will hold ceremonies at the site of the disaster, 400 miles (640 kilometers) off the coast of Newfoundland.

Another cruise ship, Journey, will join Balmoral at the site.

To see photographs that were taken on the Titanic by someone who survived Click Here


Comments on: "100 Years Since the Titanic Sank" (8)

  1. I’ve always been fascinated with Titantic even before the movie came out in 1997, such a tragedy that so many lost their lives due to not enough life boats being available. May these souls forever RIP!

    • Thank you so much for your comment. I think most people have followed the history of Titanic long before the movie that became popular. I know that those souls are at peace and I do believe that they appreciate the acknowledgement worldwide this going on for them. Many blessings my friend, Cherokee Billie

  2. Anabella said:

    Dear Cherokee:
    The Titanic story is fascinating. Despite the time elapsed since its sinking, still talking about this as if it had been something to be revealed, or some mystery deep in the depths of the sea.
    I really am very touched by each of the stories of the Titanic: the people who died, and such tragic circumstances, even those who decided to give his life for others and chose not to board theboat for another live.
    To me impresses me as a ship that was the most majestic and impressive for its time, created by man and his pride was destroyed shortly after by the tip of an iceberg and dragged and swallowed by the sea. Sometimes nature gives us a warning, calls us to stop the pride (“Not even God could sink this ship” they said). It also shows that even the great inventions of man succumb sooner or later, everything matters, the fashions, the opulence, the comodidas and privileges, ended up sinking the ship.
    Remember the Titanic is to remind all those who died. It is sad to think that many people could have been saved and that was not for lack of boat, worried about so many things superfluous and not care for their passengers. Was preferred for the lives of people of high society but poor children with their mothers and fathers (not to mention those who did not understand the language) lost their lives.
    So, I do not remember only the sinking of a majestic ship.

    I watched the Discovery Channel program about the Titanic with several true stories which recreate the atmosphere of the titanic and the survivors are telling the story. Hope you like.

    Much love to you.

    • Dear Anabella:
      Your thoughts are so true about Titanic. It is important to remember those that lost their lives. I like the videos you have attached. I saw this documentary as well and was quiet fascinating. I also saw a new video by James Cameron where he went down into the Titanic again and found so much more that has been preserved over the years. It is good to hear from you again my friend.
      Many blessings,
      Cherokee Billie

  3. What a tragic experience to go through. Its very eerie to see the remains of that ship, and of those human lives at the bottom of the ocean.

    • Dear Tarryn:
      Titanic is definitely a ghost ship. It holds the story of so many lives. It’s good that so many people around the world are remembering those that perished. I appreciate your comment as always.
      Many blessings,
      Cherokee Billie

  4. robjam972000 said:

    Yes, I’ve always found “The Titantic” story so interesting. A friend of mine told me she found out that apparently she was an engineer in a past life that worked on the
    Titantic. I can’t remember exactly what she said now, but she (actually she was a he in the past life) was trying to warn people the ship wasn’t fit to sail!! Fascinating……..


    • WOW Susan that is certainly fascinating what your friend experienced in a past life regression. Thank you so much for sharing that with us.
      Many blessings, Cherokee Billie

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