A Christian Science perspective.
A view of the town of Santa Maria de Tlahuitoltepec, Mexico, is seen here on Sept. 28 after a landslide occurred. A mudslide first thought to have buried hundreds of people has left 11 missing and there are no confirmed dead, authorities said, backing off earlier predictions of a catastrophe in Mexico's rain-soaked southern state of Oaxaca.
Mexico landslide fears of large number of deaths, turned into relief Wednesday when officials said there were no confirmed deaths - contrary to initial reports of as many as 1,000.
Oaxaca, Mexico, was inundated with heavy rain Monday night, causing a hill to collapse and swallow the rural town of Santa Maria Tlahuitoltepec.