A woman who died in a plane crash is remembered in this tribute article “I feel like we’re all part of the same cause, but the truth is, it’s a hard thing to accept.
When you have someone die, especially someone who’s died in such a tragic way, you start to think, ‘This is the result of a mistake, this is what happened to her.
But it was not her fault.'””
It’s really hard to accept that somebody who has done the right thing and done what’s right and who has sacrificed for the greater good is not just a hero.
She’s also an inspiration.”
For some, this message might seem self-serving.
But for women who have sacrificed so much, the thought of the rest of us being indifferent about them is a powerful one.
It’s a message of support and solidarity.
“It was a huge honor to have this role on the stage, and I’m very grateful to the women who put their lives on the line every day to do it,” explains Sarah-Lynn Cates, who has played the role of the woman who dies in the plane crash in the series.
“I have to be very careful when I look at women who’ve had such an impact in our world, and it makes me very sad, because they’re not like us.”
The series was inspired by a real life tragedy in which one of the survivors was a woman who suffered from cancer.
But the inspiration didn’t stop there.
“In one of my scenes, I’m looking at my mom’s face, and she looks at me and she says, ‘You’re the best.’
And that was something that just really touched me.
And I’m still holding onto that,” says Cates.
“I’m just thankful that my mom has lived.”
Watch the full episode of “A Woman who Died for her Body” on the CW and watch more episodes of “Black-ish” on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime and the CW Seed channel.
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