The Trip Is Short

A wonderful woman from South America sent me this and I thought it was beautiful.


“The Trip Is Short”
An old woman got on a bus and took her seat. At the next stop, a strong, grumpy young woman got on and sat down abruptly next to the old woman, beating her with her numerous bags.

Seeing that the old woman was silent, the young woman asked her why she had not complained when she hit her with her bags?

The old woman replied with a smile:
“It is not necessary to be rude or argue about something so insignificant, since my journey with you is so short because I will get off at the next stop.”

This answer deserves to be written in gold letters:
“It is not necessary to argue about something so insignificant, because our journey together is very short.”

Each of us must understand that our time in this world is so short, that obscuring it with fights, pointless arguments, jealousy, not forgiving others, discontent, and an attitude of constant inquiry is a ridiculous waste of time and energy.

Did someone break your heart?
Calm down.
The journey is very short.

Did someone betray, intimidate, cheat, or humiliate you?
Calm down. Forgive.
The journey is very short.

Has someone insulted you for no reason?
Calm down. Ignore.
The journey is very short.

Did any brother make a comment in the chat that you did not like?
Calm down. Ignore it. Forgive him.
The journey is very short.

Whatever problems someone brings us, let’s remember that our journey together is very short.

Nobody knows the duration of this trip.
Nobody knows when their stop will arrive.
Our journey together is very short.

We will appreciate: wives, husbands, children, brothers, friends, relatives.
Let’s be respectful, kind, and forgive each other.
Let us live full of gratitude and joy.
After all, our journey together is very short!

I wish you have a pleasant trip through this world and that your dreams come true, your successes multiply and that you fully enjoy who you are with and want to travel.
And when we meet at a station, I will be happy to greet you and give you a big hug.

Smile that “The trip is too short!”

One thought on “The Trip Is Short”

  1. Dallal (Dee) Dwaydar says:

    Thank you, Kevin Trudeau! You are the sole person who has changed my life on the massive scale that only you can. God bless you and may those who are unaware be lucky enough to have a chance to see and know how exceptional you truly are!

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