Where do you put a story like the one I just watched on CNN? A man waited by a collapsed bank for six days as they rescued workers from inside, and began to clear the area with back hoes. As each layer was removed, he would rush in to call her name. Six days after the earthquake, he heard his wife's voice. He called out to the demolition crews that he found her, she's alive. Her fingers were crushed between a beam, and a concrete slab, but other than that, she was held in a cement cocoon, whole and relatively healthy. What made him stand there day after day? What made him rush in every time the back hoe drove off with a load of concrete? When she came out she said, "Thank you God," and then burst into a song. The anchor man said the song said, "Don't be afraid to die," but I would love to know what song she was singing.