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Life is like travelling on a train ...

Updated: Jan 2

Life is like travelling on a train. People come in and go down. For some stops, pleasant surprises can happen. One experiences happy moments, but there are also accidents and sorrows.

When we are born and board the train, we meet people who we think will accompany us throughout our journey. For example, our parents ...

Unfortunately, the truth is completely different. They will get off the train and leave us without their love, their affection, their tenderness, without their friendship and their company.

However, there will be other people on the train who will be very important to us.

These are our brothers and sisters, our friends and the people we meet and who we will love in our lives.

Many people who enter, consider the trip as a short walk.

Others, on their drive through life, find only grief and sorrow. But there are also those on the train that are always ready to help those who need help.

Many after leaving the train leave a lasting longing. Many of us are plunged into deep distress. Many go in and out without even noticing them.

It amazes us that there are many favorite passengers who are somewhere in another wagon. They leave us alone in that section of our journey. Of course, this does not prevent us from taking on the difficulties of travel and loneliness, looking for them and trying to fit into their wagon.

However, unfortunately, we cannot sit with them. Someone else had already taken a placebeside them.

And such is life. Full of challenges, dreams, fantasies, hopes, full of meetings and goodbyes, without meeting again. And those moments will never come back. Let's try to do the best we can from our journey through life.

Let's try to be at peace with everyone on the train. Let's try to see in each of them what is best in them.

Let us also remember that at every stretch of life track, one of the companions can slip away, and that our understanding and sympathy are needed.

And we also may sometimes slip off the track. And we believe that someone will be there who will understand us.

And the biggest mystery of the trip is that we don't know when we will finally get off the train. Nor do we know when our companions will come down. Not even for those who sit next to us.

I will be very sad when I'll have to get off the train forever. I believe it will be very painful to say goodbye to some friends I have met while traveling and who have become dear to me.

It will make me very sad to have to leave my children alone. However, I do hope that the main station will come. Then I'll see how they all arrive, with all their luggage they didn't have on board the train. That will make me very happy.

I will be pleased by the fact that I helped them increase their luggage and put the right contents in it.

We try and try to have a happy journey and in the end, all the hard work paid off. Let's try to leave the empty seat on the departure of the train, which awakens in the rest of the passengers, who continue their longing and fond and pleasant memories.

I wish everyone a happy and enjoyable trip!Unfortunately, the truth is completely different. They will get off the train and leave us without their love, their affection, their tenderness, without their friendship and their company.

However, there will be other people on the train who will be very important to us.

These are our brothers and sisters, our friends and the people we meet and who we will love in our lives.

Many people who enter, consider the trip as a short walk.

Others, on their drive through life, find only grief and sorrow. But there are also those on the train that are always ready to help those who need help.

Many after leaving the train leave a lasting longing. Many of us are plunged into deep distress. Many go in and out without even noticing them.

It amazes us that there are many favorite passengers who are somewhere in another wagon. They leave us alone in that section of our journey. Of course, this does not prevent us from taking on the difficulties of travel and loneliness, looking for them and trying to fit into their wagon.

However, unfortunately, we cannot sit with them. Someone else had already taken a placebeside them.

And such is life. Full of challenges, dreams, fantasies, hopes, full of meetings and goodbyes, without meeting again. And those moments will never come back. Let's try to do the best we can from our journey through life.

Let's try to be at peace with everyone on the train. Let's try to see in each of them what is best in them.

Let us also remember that at every stretch of life track, one of the companions can slip away, and that our understanding and sympathy are needed.

And we also may sometimes slip off the track. And we believe that someone will be there who will understand us.

And the biggest mystery of the trip is that we don't know when we will finally get off the train. Nor do we know when our companions will come down. Not even for those who sit next to us.

I will be very sad when I'll have to get off the train forever. I believe it will be very painful to say goodbye to some friends I have met while traveling and who have become dear to me.

It will make me very sad to have to leave my children alone. However, I do hope that the main station will come. Then I'll see how they all arrive, with all their luggage they didn't have on board the train. That will make me very happy.

I will be pleased by the fact that I helped them increase their luggage and put the right contents in it.

We try and try to have a happy journey and in the end, all the hard work paid off. Let's try to leave the empty seat on the departure of the train, which awakens in the rest of the passengers, who continue their longing and fond and pleasant memories.


I wish everyone a happy and enjoyable trip!



Author: Stjepan Ivan Horvat

Photo: Internet


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