When you’re travelling alone and having with so much baggage to deal with, you tend to become incoherent of your environment. Many of my friends may oppose of my belief but I’ll always say it, I have met the bravest and the nicest people on this side of the desert and I was fortunate of not having to experience any discrimination whatsoever.
Somewhere in the Middle East was the first country I had the chance of visiting. I had my hesitation for its reputation but the impression I made during my arrival has never changed until today. One of the best thing about this country regardless of diversity are its people.
I personally believe in the signs of the universe and the presence of angels. Living in one of its cities, I saw an abundance of kindness from charitable strangers. And so, I would like to extend my heartfelt gratitude to everyone and anyone who has contributed in making my short stay an ease. I had the chance of meeting some number of good people in such short period and I appreciate the help extended towards us. These unfamiliar person has taught me so much about the familiarity of love, acceptance and faith and which kept me afloat during the times of conflict.
“Spread love everywhere you go, Let no one ever come to you without them leaving happier.” – Mother Teresa
So, keep in mind that others may be experiencing the biggest disappointment and unexpected adversities in their lives, be the kind strangers who’s ever willing to make the world a better place. Be someone who’s generous enough to share a beautiful smile that brightens up their gloomy day and give a hug or a pat in the back to give them hope when there’s almost none.
Be reminded, Christmas time is fast approaching, this is a chance for giving and receiving. An opportune time to be someone else’s benevolent stranger or a magnificent blessing.