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June 6, 2019

My Uber Journal – As a Rider (Passenger)

For about 3 years we have been using Uber to get around the San Francisco Bay area because we do not own a car.  When we ceased diving for Uber we thought, “Since we don’t have a car why not ride with Uber because we really don’t drive or need to go any long distances and if we do, we can go by jet”.  So now we don’t have a car payment, pay auto insurance, pay for gas, worry about the stress of driving and where ever we go we have a great chauffeur and we meet some awesome people.  If you are a senior citizen living on retirement and don’t really need a car, we would suggest Uber for you.  Also we make a point of riding “pool” because it’s cheaper and sometimes we get to meet more folks.

Because we kept a journal when we drove we are now going to start as a rider mainly because the last few weeks we have had some awesome rides.  Right off we wish to say that as most of you know, we believe everything happens for a reason and the same applies with our Uber rides as it does for all of the daily experiences.  We look forward to riding with Uber because we know a great conversation will take place and we will learn a bit more about the people we meet.

Just last Tuesday we did an Uber and our drivers was Amit and like every other ride, when we entered the vehicle it was like we were meeting an old friend that we needed to catch up with.  Right off we started taking about Uber and then moved on to meditation which we were happy to find out that Amit does meditate and has been for a long time.  Then right after we crossed the bay we started taking about inter-dimensional travel, which we have experience with now that we have been invited to go to the city of Telos.  Right in the middle of our conversation Amit received a notification to pick up another rider. (We only ride pool which means other riders might be picked up).  We asked Amit what the riders name was.  He said “Francisco”.  We said “This should be interesting because Francisco is my middle name in Spanish.”  Amit said “No way!”  We said “way” He said “Cool1” We picked up Francisco and we said Hello!  We continued with inter- dimensional conversation with Amit.  A few minutes later Francisco laughed and said “You guys are not going to believe this but when I was waiting for you I was watching a show about inter-dimensional travel on History Channel.”  We said “great, now we have a three way conversation.”  The a few minutes later we asked “Do you want to learn how to travel?”  They both said “Yes”.  So we taught them how to travel using the Astral Travel Method.  We said “It’s not like your going to catch on right away, you will have to practice. We suggest when starting only go down your street or anywhere else close.  We also stressed that before you do any traveling be sure to protect yourself with a “ring of fire” and take a few Arch Angels along.  Then we said “Okay guys we are going to make you a deal.  Now that we taught you we want to see your progress so how about this.  Every day at 11:00 PM we will meet you on the roof of the Stanford Tower.  We can sit and chat about where we wish to go from there.”  They both said “Okay!”  We continued talking and dropped off Francisco.  We said “Francisco see at 11:00 PM.  Namaste”. Then it was my turn and we said to Amit “Wow!  Great die huh?  We wish you a great day and may you prosper. Namaste.”  Amit said “Best ride ever.”  We thought “Chalk up another great Uber ride. It sure is great to be flowing though this life and having these awesome experiences. Love it!”

Now yesterday we had another cool ride.  Ali picked us up and of course it was another “Wow, we haven’t see you in ages” conversation.  We talked mainly about various religions.  Ali is Muslim and we said that we said our friend Abdul we met on Uber and he has been teaching us about the details of the religion.  We listened on You Tube to the oral version of the Koran. We did agree that Muslim is very close to Catholicism, but just close.  Then Ali received a notification to pick up Ananya (Fake name) at the Stanford Clinic in Redwood City and off we went.  We said to Ali that “e were just her last week and our final today is at a Stanford office in Menlo. LOL guess Stanford is a biggie for us lolol”.  When Ananya entered the car her smile brightened all around.  She has one of the happiest smiles we have seen for awhile.  We started talking and she said she was a student at Stanford going for her Master Degree in Computer Science.”  We asked ‘What are you going to do when you complete your degree?” She said, “Go back to India.” Then we said “What?  Now way!  Please stay in USA!. What the heck are those other computer sciences students thinking?  They have an awesome person like Ananya attending their school and they are going to let her go?”  Amid said “Please stay young lady! We will miss you.”  She said “Awe thank you guys.”  We said “Please think about it.” She said “Okay I will.” Probably out of being polite so hey you guys and gals studying computer science at Stanford, find her and convince he to stay in the US.  Next thing we knew we were being dropped of and said “Namaste to you guys.  Hope to see you again Ananya when you have your masters.”  Of we went to see one of our favorite Doctors for our check up.  Once again we were beaming from ear to ear after another great Uber ride.

We always say in our posts that communication with others is why we are here and we find that these Uber rides we really feel the connection and the exchange of ideas really pumps up our energy.  We are always thankful to God for meeting these wonderful people.

We have nothing else to report right now except that here is a lin k to the You Tube Mediation video we are listening to <Listening to right now>

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2 Comments »

  1. I was in an Uber pool with you recently and you seemed very lifting. The stories about cancer were very interesting and hit close to home. Another passenger in the car mentioned how when the patient listened to themselves and focused internally they were miraculously healed. My grandmother, being a cancer survivor has personality traits similar to that. Keep up the positivity and let nothing 🙂 get in your way.

    P.S. French is a beautiful language.

    Comment by Dylan Burfoot — June 19, 2019 @ 12:53 pm | Reply

    • I remember you because you are a kind person and I could feel your sweet energy. God bless you and your family and know that God is with you always and all ways. God bless your grand-mother ! We met in the Uber because we were suppose to 🙂

      PS and I could listen to someone speaking French all day long even though I don’t speak it, it just plain sounds beautiful.
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      Je me souviens de vous parce que vous êtes une personne gentille et que je pouvais sentir votre douce énergie. Dieu vous bénisse et votre famille et sachez que Dieu est avec vous tous les jours. Que Dieu bénisse votre grand-mère! Nous nous sommes rencontrés à l’Uber parce que nous étions supposés

      PS et moi pourrions écouter quelqu’un parler français toute la journée, même si je ne le parle pas, ça sonne simplement beau.

      Comment by alaboutnothing — June 19, 2019 @ 2:50 pm | Reply


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