This distress signal was first adopted by the German government in radio regulations effective April 1, 1905, and became the worldwide standard under the second International Radiotelegraphic Convention, which was signed on November 3, 1906 and became effective on July 1, 1908. SOS remained the maritime radio distress signal until 1999, when it was replaced by the Global Maritime Distress Safety System. SOS is still recognized as a visual distress signal. In popular usage, SOS became associated with phrases such as "save our ship" or "save our souls". If you want to hear how it sounds the SOS in Morse code make a click on the link.
What about our lives?! When we need our souls to be saved where do we send the signal?! It should be somewhere... a destination that receives it, analyses it and then you see a feedback... hopefully:-) We seem to send it when we feel desperate or we don't find any other choice, solution on our own. And in the end we need to find a piece of light that can help us somehow, otherwise... we can send another "save our souls" expressed in ways that maybe we can only understand.
Search for peace and hope and joy. Pursue to live in these. It will unveil your soul from all the silly doubts that can ever appear in your soul. Rest yourself in God, because people sometimes can disappoint you in a very hurting way. So you can be free to believe that you are indeed fine and on your way - not perfected yet, but pressing on. Be free to enjoy life, enjoy God and enjoy yourself and those dear to your ♥.