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So you’re enjoying your trip in New Zealand riding a small single engine plane. But what do you do when there’s a major failure, the engine dies, and the plane begins to stall? That’s what happened to thirteen people riding over a lake in New Zealand earlier this month. The bad news: they had to ditch the plane. The good news? They were on their way to the jump site for some skydiving when it happened. Each of the six instructors parachuted with one of the passengers, landing safely in the shallow water of the lake near or on the shore. The pilot also bailed out, meaning that all thirteen people on the flight got out safely.

None of these people were expecting to run into a life threatening situation. While it’s good that this ended so well, it does show how little control we truly have over our lives. That’s why ioLanche is dedicated to making sense of the world and finding answers to questions (like what happens when we meet our end).

  • Are you ready today, if the end came?
  • If not, what are you missing?
  • How much time will you have in life versus in the afterlife?
  • Will your preparation result is a safe landing?
  • Are you ready to help someone else to safety?