Issues don't arrive "BIG". They just "show up" and we choose to make them big...or small. Which way we go with them depends a lot on how we see ourselves. Things that we think make us important, we make big.
And that's where all the trouble starts...
In the meantime, focus on a remarkable outcome brought about by some genuine, certifiable 21st century heroes. There are 4 of the 12 Flight Attendants of Asiana 214 that crash-landed in San Francisco this past weekend in this photograph. The lady on the far left is Ji-Youn KIM, the dimunitive woman who passenger Edward Rah described as carrying injured passengers "piggyback" out of the aircraft just before it burst into flames; all the while, tears streaming down her face. I find the photo of her, in particular, to be very evocative; her face, her hands, her uniform almost perfect except for her lack of shoes.
I can only hope to be as brave and capable as this crew proved to be, should the need ever arise (God forbid!).