The cars we drive say a lot about us!

Keep Calm and Break Time!

Making memories one road trip at a time!

You are an introvert.

You love to travel solo.

You always enjoy driving a car during travel trips. You love it.

Once the music is on you start enjoying the drive, the music and the road.

And you happened to be a woman.

So far so good.

What would you do if your automobile broke down in a remote location on a problematic steep terrain where there is no wifi or mobile service or no movement?

This question is not a stupid one.

Sadly, the break from your hectic life has turned into a breakdown! 

Additionally, the night is drawing near.

What are your thoughts?

Are you frightened?

You also lack the expertise necessary to diagnose and fix the car’s problems.

Do you start crying?

No doubt you try to get help from those people who are using the same road.

But how safe it is to believe an unknown person or group of people?

Is this an appropriate time to seek God for a solution?

“You must ask for God’s help.

Even when you have done so, it may seem to you for a long time that no help, or less help than you need, is being given.

Never mind. After each failure, ask forgiveness, pick yourself up, and try again.

Very often what God first helps us towards is not the virtue itself but just this power of always trying again.” 

C.S. Lewis

How do you describe this experience of yours?

Have you ever found yourself in such predicament?

If so how did you manage?

What type of memory is this?

Thank you for your visit.

Take care, my friend.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏

Mr Philo

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8 thoughts on “The cars we drive say a lot about us!

  1. That is an easy question for me Philo – personally I wouldn’t make the trip alone in the first place. I understand others do, and some may absolutely have to, but I’m fortunate to know enough people and have enough friends or family that I’d be sure to have a companion. No lonely roads alone for me thank you!!!

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  2. With all due respect to those who proclaim “the power of women,” I think that if one starts crying when faced with a challenge, one should be alone in a car on a lonely road with no help available. My policy is, you got yourself into trouble, it’s your responsibility to figure out how to get out of it.

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  3. I travel alone, but not to remote areas without phone service. And if I did, I would take precautions by taking a satellite phone or something like it with me to signal for help if need be. Always be prepared when you go that remote! Including basic car skills, I’d say.
    I did get stuck on my own in Iceland last summer. But there were people closeby and more people stopped to help. I got lucky and was super grateful. 😉

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