October 2

Who packed your parachute

I packed your parachute! Charles Plumb was a US Navy jet pilot in Vietnam. After 75 combat missions, his plane was destroyed by a surface-to-air missile. Who's packing your parachute and whom do you pack for? Who has done something that has helped make your day safer – or easier or more. Who Packed Your Parachute by Author Unknown. Charles Plumb was a US Navy jet pilot in Vietnam. After 75 combat missions, his plane was destroyed by a.

The only thing between him and imminent death was his parachute that he chuckled, smiled, and replied, “Because I packed your parachute. and he heard the soft “whumpf” sound the parachute canopy makes as it "I packed your parachute," the man replied. Charlie gasped in surprise and gratitude. “I packed your parachute,” the man replied. Plumb gasped in surprise and gratitude. The man pumped his hand and said, “I guess it worked!.

There are many people throughout our world that do great things to make our living much better. I mention this because many times we rush through life. “I packed your parachute,” the man replied. Plumb gasped in surprise and gratitude. The man pumped his hand and said, “I guess it worked!” Plumb assured him. The man replied, "I packed your parachute." Charlie looked up with surprise. The man pumped his hand, gave a thumbs-up, and said, "I guess. “I packed your parachute,” the man replied. Plumb gasped in surprise and gratitude. The man pumped his hand and said, “I guess it worked!'. He also points out that he needed many kinds of parachutes when his plane was shot You'll never know who might be packing your parachute right now.

Who's Packing Your Parachute? By Dr Bill Webster. I recently came across the following story that really got me thinking! Charles Plumb was a U.S. Navy jet pilot. Science Faculty member Annie McClements shares her reflections with the class of at Trinity Chapel. Excerpts below of the Chapel Talk. The man replied, "I packed your parachute." Charlie looked up with surprise. The man pumped his hand, gave a thumbs-up, and said, "I guess it worked!". Plum got to thank him and comment on the fact that if the parachute packer had not done his Now, Plumb asks his audience, 'Who's packing your parachute?.

As I was teaching a new surgical skill to one of my residents last month, I was reminded of how it is that just these “moments” in a resident's life, all strung. The moral of showing appreciation for the impact others have on your life is ably demonstrated by the story of Charles Plumb.



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