- I bought a monthly season ticket and forgot my purse at home. Now, I
have to pay the same amount as I payed for the ticket. The worse thing
is I found the purse in the case when I arrived at home.
It took me a while to accept the fact. Why do these thins happen? GOD
Paraphrasing from a book by Sri Chinmoy I read recently...After success
comes newness, after progress comes satisfaction.
"God loves us
Even after we failed Him.
We need God
Even after we have realised Him."
- This was very good English! Sorry ;-)
Just for the sake of being more precise...
I bought a monthly season ticket and put it into my purse and put
that into my suitcase that I was supposed to take with me. When I was
asked to show my ticket when sitting in the tram I didn't find it and
had to pay a fine. At home I looked again and it was there inside the
case that I had been carrying with me in the tram.
- If it makes you feel better Doris, I parked my car, more than a month
past it's due every 3 months registration "fee" (really extortion) on
a street near the Centre the other day, stayed longer than I intended,
got quite a strong inner feeling to go and move it, delayed by 15
minutes, then discovered a $200 fine just awarded for being without
Incidentally, I found the parking warden's car parked just down the
road without a valid parking ticket, and resisted the temptation to
call a tow truck to get them towedprobably would not be very
spiritual of me.
Maybe I should go back to cycling...
- Of course I don't feel better. But shared bad luck makes it easier to
digest it. Your fine is so much higher. Maybe I would have left a note
on the warden's car reminding them on what expensive ground they