God Told Me...  

blackstiletto 33F
122 posts
5/6/2006 3:53 pm

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5/17/2006 8:37 am

God Told Me...

This post was written on Sunday, 7th May 2006 at 5:31AM Malaysian time. The following events are real and took place just 90 minutes prior.

I still have chills running through me as I write this. It was almost surreal but it happened. Earlier tonight, after a fun night out with a group of friends, I was on my way to send two friends home. I should have been more alert. I shouldn't have been so stupid. I should have seen it coming. It had rained heavily, the roads were wet and I should have taken into thought that although I was physically well, my mind was exhausted.

TWICE my mind had wandered off while I was behind the wheel. Did I tell them? No. I kept it to myself. I had driven in worse situations, I thought. We passed the Parliament Roundabout on the way to Federal Highway. The next thing I knew, I saw the traffic lights turn red in front of me and I stomped the brakes, hoping not to cross the red light. I floored the pedal but like a horrible nightmare, the car kept on sliding across the downhill road, wobbled left and right for the longest time until it stopped in the middle of the junction, where we were at the mercy of oncoming traffic coming from the right.

I looked to my right and see cars coming towards us from just a few metres away and I quickly drove forward where we wouldn't be in harm's way. After a few metres, I stopped us by the roadside but in almighty coincidence, one of the cars coming from the right was a police patrol car and it followed us, stopping in front of us. To cut things short, I explained to the officer what the problem was and he was actually kind enough to let us go.

I don't know what divine forces were in our favour but I kept thinking to myself, if I had been just a few seconds late, we would have crashed onto traffic. Our lives could've been in danger or even worse, I could've gotten us all killed.

I would've never forgiven myself.

I was reckless and I almost plunged two of my dearest friends to their untimely deaths. I take no humour with what happened. As we continued our way, my friends were fairly nonchalant about it but I couldn't have been any more serious. I felt like I would have been utterly responsible if things had turned out for the worst. I'm truly sorry.

On the way home, I passed by an actual car accident on the LDP. Smoke everywhere, people stopping to watch, the likes. I felt like God was hinting at how easily that could've been me. How easy it was to lose my life.

Feng Shui guru, Lillian Too wrote in her book that people under my zodiac would have heavy misfortunes this month. Maybe she's right. I'm not taking any chances. You people should know very well to stay away from me for now, before I put anyone else in danger too.

I have some crucial pondering to do from now on. At least before I decide to step out into the world again. Don't mind me.

rm_truedom2 55M
663 posts
5/6/2006 4:09 pm

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lithiumrose 37F

5/7/2006 2:50 am

Hugs ... at least you are ok, hun.

blackstiletto 33F

5/8/2006 2:53 am

lithiumrose - *Hugs you back* Ahhh.

rm_boogieass 46M
23 posts
5/8/2006 5:32 am

For someone who just survived a life-threatening situation a mere 90 minutes ago, you're amazingly lucid, articulate and reflective!! Me, I would be blur, stoned and incoherent.

Glad you're ok. Quick thinking when your car skidded into the middle of the junction - you were thinking like a man, girl!!

If I may offer some advice... don't attach too much meaning to what just happened. Take it as a wake-up call if you've been a reckless driver. But don't start believing everything you've read just because it affirms how you're feeling about yourself. We always want to be right, even if it's to prove that we deserve what we get.

blackstiletto 33F

5/8/2006 8:35 am

boogieass - Thanks, hun. I actually handled the whole situation quite well considering the kind of shock I was in. Besides, I AM good driver, I've been told. It wasn't the incident itself that haunted me afterwards, the thought of how much of a near-miss it was just crippled me. I really couldn't care less if I had been alone in the car but I had people that I really cared about with me.

Know what's even scarier? I went to sleep that morning and actually dreamt of all the things I wish I had done if tomorrow never came. Including saying the 3 magical words to that, ahem, 'someone'. *lol*

Funny. But I'm still gonna listen to Lillian Too.

rm_boogieass 46M
23 posts
5/8/2006 8:39 pm

Anyone ever tell you, you're amazingly mature for a 22 year old? Take care and stay away from wet roads

blackstiletto 33F

5/8/2006 9:28 pm

boogieass - Will do! And yes, people HAVE told me that. But if you ask me, I was a lot more mature when I was 16 than I am now. See you soon.


wet_pussy4ever 43F
3059 posts
5/9/2006 10:40 pm

hey hun!!!dun worry gurl. i know u r a safe & gud driver..if it's out time to go, no matter how we avoid it.. god will still take us bt rite now juz bthankfull tat we r still alive & kicking here

Plus mayb we were all tired frm our nite out d other nite understandable


rm_fredandvivi 45M/48F
11 posts
5/15/2006 1:40 am

hello ! to french from Paris ...........

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