Today – Sunday, 21st September 2008, around midday, I was waiting my flight, – drinking a lovely cappuccino with soy milk -from Nero’s coffee shop-, enjoying the Sun of England, seated in a concrete bench – when I meet Dr. Myer Green, a retired gynecologist from Scotland.
He was alone reading a book that on the cover you could read “… daughter”, seated in the same bench, next to me. I was alone too, without a book, just looking at passengers carrying really heavy luggages.
He was waiting to flight to TEL AVIV (ISRAEL), at 13:55, I was waiting to come back to Catalonia, at 13:40.
He started to cry, I follow him and I also cry. We both cry because of life, and because we both share a common destiny: we have lost our loved ones because of cancer. His wife died 6 months ago. (Sorry!, I am really sorry because I know what it means, and the darkness you have to follow and digest.)
Eventually, we both stand up and give one to each other best wishes and love. We give our hands.
We shake our hands and hearts for a better and bright future.
Will we meet another time?
Mr. Myer Green said that the great genius Albert Einstein said:
Life is like riding a bicycle,
to keep your balance you must keep moving.
(La vida es como andar en bicicleta, para mantener el equilibrio debes seguir moviéndote)
Thank you, Doctor Myer GREEN!
From Catalonia, your friend: Imma. A Catholic friend, just because of the place of birth, but someone who wants to learn properly from the Torah and others sacred books around the world, because our priests and Political Church has misunderstood so many words and phrases that we are more ignorant than Einstein thought.
How can we give hope when our friend has lost all hope on humankind?