We have all become so used to hearing terrible news, that it takes a while to appreciate the miracles that are taking place around us on a daily basis (even if they aren't that blatant).
I remember a Rabbi once saying that it is much easier to accustom your eyes to seeing in the dark after switching the light off, than the other way around. In other words, we are often blinded by the light of goodness and Divinity and find it much more reassuring to live in the dark .
The miraculous - and I use that word advisedly - escape of all passengers from the aeroplane that burst into flames as it landed in Toronto today is a case of putting the sunglasses on to see the light that was temporarily switched on. We need to make sure that, instead of putting this down to luck or good fortune, we can appreciate the hand of G-d at work.
Nothing but Divine Intervention can properly explain how a plane that was supposedly hit by lightning, burst into flames and not one person was seriously injured.