Even the most fantasy-based movies sometimes aren’t too far from the real life situations. The plot usually turns around the fight of the good vs. the bad and I personally like films where „the good ones“ eventually win, otherwise I go from the cinema disappointed. Life is often also about trying to fight of something or someone bad, get rid of the bad influence or bad energy and trying to outweigh it all with your own Light. Last week, something like this happened to me when Peter and I were on our way to the cinema to see Revenant (if your stomachs won’t take too much, I don’t recommend it. It’s not bad, but I prefer seeing Leo in a bit prettier situations, to be honest). We came to the car parked by our house and saw a nice red wheel clamp on my front wheel.
I’ve had wheel clamps on my car before, a lot of us have, I believe, but other times at least I always knew WHY. This time, it was a mystery. Police never gave fines in this part of the city, because the parking spaces are so scarce they tolerate people standing nearly anywhere and there were other cars parked at strange places around us, so why me? By the time the police came, I had prepared a handful of questions and reasons why I shouldn’t get the fine and go home free, but I didn’t get the chance to say anything. They came out of the car all apologetic and flustered, explaining how they really didn’t want to put the wheel clamp on my car, but they had to, because someone has tipped them. They asked me if I had any problems with my neighbours here. I was completely dumbstruck, because somehow it didn’t occur to me that someone would do this just like that. For fun. With no reason. I said no, since it was true and I didn’t know any of our new neighbours anyway.
I always try to smile at people and send out good vibes, if anything, hoping the universe will somehow send them back to me in a way. Well, this time I was wrong. Dark: 1, Light: 0. Never mind though, the more we try to be good to the world, the better chance we have of outnumbering the others who try the opposite. Experiences like this, however, are a little frustrating, don’t you think? Has anything like this happened to you lately? And how did you deal with it?
These photos were taken back home in Eastern Slovakia, which for me is always filled with good friends, loving family and laughter. We went for lunch with our friends and we were literally freezing outside, although it may not seem like it. The snow didn’t came by then, but it was around -5 degrees outside and I still persuaded Peter to take some pictures with my in this lovely countryside 😀 What do you think?
Have a lovely Sunday filled with good people and a lot of Light, guys! <3
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I was wearing:
coat – Mango
dress – Primark
bag – Primark
shoes – Christmas gift
tights – Bepon
necklace – Primark