“On a weekday, I was on a bus headed to the start of another workday, when through the windows, I see a man walking along the sidewalk towards the bus stop. He seems to be around 40 years of age and carrying in his arms, a child about 5 years old. walking slower at every step with that child who appeared to be quite heavy. “
Then I noticed the cause of all that strain, for she was a special child. To put it in another way, the child did not have enough coordination to walk for long. “The man did not appear to be bothered by having to carry the girl. His actions expressively demonstrated his love for this little one, and love removes the largest of obstacles.
Just before he arrived at the bus stop, the bus arrived. So he waved to the driver, almost too late for him to stop. The driver, invariably stopped as fast as he could.
“I seen him running desperately to the front door, but the unexpected happens: the back door opens. Afraid the driver would take off, the tired man enters through the back door leaving many upset. ‘One more wise guy’, said a young woman. ‘Use the front door!’ said another with an angry face. I was amazed when I saw many seeming intelligent people interpreting his actions as apparently vile.
“It so happens that a man, even in the desert with a flower in between his hands, can demonstrate his good conduct with a small miracle, and that’s what happened. In a fraction of a second and before the bus continued its journey, a salesperson, the kind that infiltrates themselves in any kind of transportation, stepped out of the multitude of people that was accumulated in that sardine can.
He came to the notably tired man, offering him his bus pass that was already in his hands to the exchanger. “In this exchange, a smile crept across his face that took long to disappear, the man said his fair had already been paid. Then, I saw the second miracle: a worker, the kind that stands in the front line of the final stop, which was seated in front of him, generously gave him his seat. “Not having enough unexpected occurrences, God consented the third and biggest miracle, changing the attitudes of the people around him. Some tried to dissimulate, others turned their heads, looking like they owed something, and others simply put their head down acting out some sort of sudden and strange sleepiness.
“The bus continued along its route and the man with his impetuous attitude taught me something important: I realized that people should never lose hope, as with this humble man, three consecutive miracles occurred, the world can’t possibly be lost.”