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Sent from my TRS-80Passengers on board an American Eagle flight from Chicago, IL to Madison, WI last Saturday received more than just a flight between the two cities. A flight attendant used the aircraft's public address system to have a "heart to heart" with them and to remind everyone how "special" they were.
One the passengers on board, Kurt, wrote to gawker.com:
"The flight attendant wanted to have spiritual heart to heart with passengers as they boarded and seeing as I was at a bachelor party in Nashville the night before I really didn't need a spiritual cleansing. Nonetheless I was told I was 'filled with power and confidence', given a hug and allowed to take my seat."
Kurt recorded the sermon preached by the flight attendant and uploaded it to the internet.
The flight attendant was overly joyful and told passengers "we all have good things inside of us, we do. I want everyone to know that you're special." She continues by saying "I need everyone's attention now, because this is so strong in my spirit."
The full audio can be heard by clicking here.
In recent months flight crews have been making headlines for strange and erratic behavior such as the JetBlue pilot who suffered a panic attack and was locked out of the flight deck mid-flight and the American Airlines flight attendant who used the public address system to inform the passengers that their flight would likely crash.
This situation is a bit different in that the flight attendant wasn't acting erratically, but rather sharing her spiritual awakening with the cabin.
Some passengers, like Kurt, were annoyed with the message being delivered, while others can be heard cheering for the flight attendant at the end of her speech.