Why am I talking about it? And, why am I wishful? Well, first, I wish all those men can come up safely, of course, including the rescuers. Second, I think there are many lessons everybody can learn of these miners' experiences. Even though those men found themselves in a situation in which they probably would never see the Sun again, they didn't lose something that helped them stay all those days down there: faith. Maybe not all of them were optimistic, maybe some of them didn't have real faith, maybe there were some discussions between them that we don't know, but the thing is that, instead of "eat" each other, they found out the way to support each other and share their strength. And, when you have faith in someone, in something or in some event, you can gain strength and share it with everyone around you.
When you share faith and love you duplicate your gains.
Two of my favorite phrases that the miners said are: "I was down there with God and with the Devil. They were fighting for me. God won, I chose the better hand." Other miner said: "We weren't 33 down there, we were 34 because God never left us."
So, my second wish is that Mom, The Other One and all of you, my dear friends, remember the lessons we learn from these miners. If you find sometime yourself down in a "cave" thinking that you'll never see "the Sun" again, think about the ones that found themselves in that real situation, but came out thanks to the support and love of their family, their friends, their rescuers and and their faith in God.