As more theories about the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 continue to emerge from pilots, government officials and media outlets, surviving members of the missing 227 passengers and 12 crew members wait anxiously for more information or possibly a resolution to this mystery which has grabbed the world’s attention.
While many focus their attention on the stream of statements, retractions and numerous theories surrounding the state of the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, others have gathered together to keep the missing passengers and crewmembers in their thoughts and prayers as the search continues.
In Kuala Lumpur International Airport, a gallery of artwork has been set up with artwork to convey support for the missing passengers and crew along with their surviving families. Elsewhere, throughout Malaysia, people continue to write messages on walls which were once white, now completely covered with messages encouraging others to “pray for MH370.”
Many of the messages and artwork in support of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 have come out of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, but it isn’t the only place where people have shown their support, prayers and thoughts for Flight MH370.
Outpourings of support thoughts and prayers have been seen all over the world and in many forms.
Across the South China Sea, students in China have also shown support of the missing plane, along with its missing passengers and crew by lighting candles and gathering for prayer ceremonies. Further westward, artists have shown their support for the missing airline in India through sand sculptures and other artwork.
Whether or not the plane will be found continues to be anyone’s guess as search and rescue teams comprising of multiple countries continue to look for Flight MH370 in the Indian Ocean and elsewhere.
As the search and rescue boats and planes continue to scour the ever widening search area, those back on land continue to show their support for the passengers and crewmembers of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 through artwork, thoughts and prayers.