Another Car Crash…
So today in the midst of afternoon craziness with my car (don’t ask), I again experienced a serious car crash right by me. Take a look at the first post of The Opening of Doors (A Car Crashes) and you can imagine how freaked out I was.
This time, I was in my car, trying to get someplace that had a part to fix my car (another long story that has no real meaning here). I’m traveling down a fairly well traveled major road when I hear a sound behind me.
A mini van plowed into a LIGHT POLE, shearing it off and sending it flying…right towards my car. I sped up, and the lamp section just misses hitting me. I then notice that the van is picking up speed and coming right at me. I speed up, and it swerves to the right, hitting another light pole.
This pole goes down, again, almost on top of the back of my car, and again the van is speeding back into the traffic lane behind ME.
I floored it, just as the van hit one more time-yup, another light pole, which just barely missed me. The van careens off to the left, hitting some parked cars in front of a gas station at a very busy intersection.
The same intersection I was supposed to take, but decided to go another way.
Can we say surreal? I was already way ahead of all this, seeing it in my back mirror, watching others stopping and calling 911 (which was very quick to answer, btw, as I was only a short way down the road hyperventilating when the EMTs and fire trucks roared by).
I don’t know what to make of all this, if there is anything to be made out of. Two very severe car crashes in less than two months, and I’m at the epicenter of both incidents. Sam says someone is watching out for me, and I should look at it that way. I get his point, and I’m glad I escaped both times, but I’m also wondering “what did I do to draw this towards me?”
Things often come in threes. There’s a holy/mystical number in threes. The rule of threes. I really pray that this does not hold true.
Can we say surreal?
Thank you God, for not involving me further. If this is to get my attention somehow, I don’t know what the message is. I can only hope the person in that van, like that first car, is ok.
Posted on December 7, 2012, in Fear, Healing, Inspiration, Prayers, Spiritual and tagged anger, anxiety, car crash, coping, Fear, focus, frightened, giving thanks, God, strength. Bookmark the permalink. 19 Comments.