I have met one passenger who’s battling with breast cancer for 9 years. She is 61 years old & not married, she has six siblings which have their own families except for the youngest one whom she is living with.
At her age, she is still working while having her treatment -chemo, radiation & etc all alone by herself for she doesn’t want to trouble her siblings as they’re busy with their own families.
She’s a stranger but talking to her was like I was talking to my mother. I admire her for her strength and for being so positive in life despite of what she’s going through. She gives me a lot of encouragement and inspiration. Such a strong & courageous woman.
My struggle is nothing compare to hers and that I should be more thankful & grateful with my life. She reminds me to face every situations with the right attitude and that life is still beautiful.
Everyday at work I meet a lot of different and interesting people all over the world. I face different challenges and gain different experiences. I came to realized no matter what attitude passengers are going to show me I should not judge them. Everyone has a different story.
Praying for complete healing of my passenger whom despite of her situation she remains grateful in life. And yet, she still willing to help others with all her heart especially to those with cancer. Her heart is full of strength, hope, kindness & peace. Im so blessed with her life. God bless her.
What is Smart Love? Apostle Paul describes it in Philippians 1:9-10, Love abounds in Knowledge and Insights. I used to read Joshua Harris’ Book “I kissed Dating Goodbye” I got an explanation about what Apostle Paul means by the verses. ” We need to learn to love appropriately, we need to use our heads and test our feelings so that our love is sincere and intelligent, not a sentimental gush which allowing the emotions to dictate the course of a dating relationship. Instead of acting on what we know is right, we let our feelings carry us away.” To truly love someone with Smart Love, we need to use our heads as well as our hearts. I begun to like the book. I got so many lessons about relationships, about life and all is biblical. And this I pray, that my love may abound yet more and more in knowledge and insight and that I would not let my heart control my head; that ye may prove things that excellent; that ye may be sincere and without offense till the day of Christ. (Phil. 1:9-10) If we want God’s best in our relationships we must be willing to play by his rules.