Brothers and Sisters this is Oran, your family, your kin.
When more than 22,000 souls (the toll is even higher now) leave earth together, in one place, we must consider that an event. Not just a catastrophe. But an agreement. This idea, on the human level is very very difficult to accept. This idea may inspire anger.
Yet, how could a mass exodus be seen as anything less than souls agreeing to leave, together? This does not lessen the human heartache, the loss of life. One must remember that life is not lost-- but continues. The lives of the men and women and children of Myanmar continue, in a different form. As do the lives of the beautiful souls lost (transformed) in the Louisiana waters. The contract was written before arrival. But the plan was unknown. The how and the when were the variables.
Think me not cruel-- I believe this to be true in times of war also. I have witnessed the destruction of so many human lives, in ancient wars, large groups of souls, traveling together.
On this side of life-- in this immaterial version of life, there is a blessing to be seen. A release of human bondage that frees the soul to express its light or decide to return again, in human form.
Please consider this idea. The journey continues.