The little lesson of terrorism before Christmas


But the hole was at very weird place – abeam. I did not see any nail or object what to blame. Then when I checked the left side of the car I could not believe my eyes. Both doors and also the splashboard said hi to me by about two meters long crooked groove, I suppose from the same author as the hole in my tire. It was just another incident in the row. I already had had one groove at my right side door, I had cleaned the dought from the hood in the summer and I had found smouldering stub on the roof of our not yet one year old car in the fall.
I started to think hard - what does the author indicate by this? I park as every other drivers, never on the grass. I clean my shoes on the mug in front of the entrance to the building, I am the first one who says hi to my neighbor and when it is my turn to clean I do it exemplary. I would even tell I am trying more than that, because I work as a housekeeper without any claim for fee (I consider it as the opportunity to meet my unbelieving neighbors) I serve to my neighbors by transacting lot of issues . Maybe this is the problem, no one always agree that I am serving to them…
Well, even though the motive of the person responsible remains secret to me, regarding to the article of the town’s newspaper that there had been found a burnt car in the next street I am happy that mine is still functional. That they pierce just one tire, not all four tires or that they had not taken whole wheels also with wheel’s disks.

More then, when we were reading the Psalm 95:”… In his hand are the depths of the earth, and the mountain peaks belong to him. The sea is his, for he made it, and his hands formed the dry land” and “The earth is the Lord’s, and everything in it, the world, and all who live in it.” (Psalm 24:1) I got to the conclusion that everything is His. Even those things we are enjoying for a while. As the car He has given to my keeping for a while. And this is a great feeling, because I do not have to bother myself with such things too much. The only thing left for me is to care about His car, to prevent the oxidation and pray for my enemies (Mt. 5:44). Everything else is upon Him, who owns much greater treasures than the car given to me and its from my point of view uncertain destiny.