An accident is not an accident
A youngster was very keen on driving. His family tried to entice him into different occupations, but he was adamant on driving.
Once whilst he was driving he had a minor accident. The car got a few scratches and he moved on.
After a while, he met in another accident, slightly more serious. The car got dented.
Later, he met in another accident, this time he too suffered minor injuries.
With the next accident, he broke a leg. After recovering, he renewed his driving.
The next accident was serious. He suffered chest injuries. After recovering, he persisted with his driving.
Once he picked a customer in Mumbai and dropped him at Pune in a Maruti Zen. He was returning late at night. Enroute his car hit the rear wheel of a truck and went for a spin. The car was total wreck. It was a miracle he survived. We got a call intimating us that he had been picked up by the police and was being taken to Pune. I alerted my brother who rushed to await him at Sasoon General Hospital, Pune. He was shocked to se him being transferred from the police wireless van with his thigh bone jutting out of his flesh. He completed the formalities and moved him to Jehangir Nursing Home. Here he was put in a ring cast and immobilized, waist downwards. Within two days, he insisted on moving back to Mumbai. He was put in an ambulance and moved to Nanavati Hospital.
Within 24 hours, he expired. He was barely 30 years old.
An accident is not an accident. It’s a communication. Accidents are phenomena where progress is suddenly or violently halted. Metaphysically, accidents are a communication from beyond that the path being treaded or the direction being taken is not in the person’s interest.
When the message is not adhered to, the intensity of the message increases; and could ultimately result in death.
Those who have eyes let them see. Those who have ears let them hear.