It could been worst..but I say, thanks

Last night could been worst for me. Early evening, after I picked up my sister-in-law & family from Emart, I decided to pump petrol at PermyJaya Petronas.
After I finish, I tried to start my car, to my horror…it wont. No indication on the dashboard. Her husband & I pushed the car, but no avail. Luckily, got one RELA team in Kancil lend their help…tips, trick & sweat. Still, my car wont start. And then another group of Security guard from IKBN, lend their hand & wire jumpers too. They bypass the system only to have weak power. At 1st he said, may be the battery not charged enuff. So I called my mechanic (earlier in the morning they serviced my car). While waiting, lots of passer by pulled over & take a look at my car & giving advise, tricks, tips & diagnose. Despite of demam, the mechanic still come & rectified the matter. I told to my self, “It could been worst than this, right?”. So, I drove my car not further from the station, just after the Pujut Bridge, before the traffic lights, there was an accident there. Pretty bad. A sedan vs small lorry. I talked to my self “Told ya… except its not you”.

Well, I kindda lucky last night. If they watching or reading this post, I give many many thanks to all who helped last night. To the RELA fella, the IKBN security guard & passers by… Thanks to all…

p/s: I hate the oversize-lady-guard at the station. eksen lebih…bukan mauk tolong pun…

dont understand what u trying to say here…

he mean if his car didnt break down, u will see him in newspaper today d.

lol dennos…The accident issit a fatal one? i saw a news today 1 guy exposed his intestines after an accident, duno is in the accident or not

That’s why we should ALWAYS be thankful to be safe, alive & healthy. Of course we must be careful in everything we do, but fate does play its role sometimes. Like the scene in “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button”, if Daisy walked out the door 5 seconds earlier or later then she wouldn’t have been knocked down by the taxi, broken her leg and never dance again.

We must be thankful to those who have helped too. They can choose not to, but still they did. These are the good samaritans we should credit & appreciate. :slight_smile:

I also have a story to share, about the 3 generous men in Genting Highlands. They might not read this forum but still I’d like to express my deep gratitude to them. It happened 5 years ago when my bf and I went to Genting Highlands for holiday. We didn’t expect the hotels to be fully booked that day, so we had no rooms to overnight in. My bf decided to go into the casino to kill time but I was too tired so I slept on the bench in First World Plaza. Suddenly I was awakened by a tap on my shoulders & saw 3 chinese men standing in front of me. One of them told me it’s dangerous for a girl to sleep here, and he gave me a room keycard saying they have booked an extra room, it’s free so they just wanna give it to me. I was scared at first, thinking they might be penipu but saw one of them carrying a boy on his back, so thought it should be fine. I thanked them profusely and told my bf about it. He was also suspicious, but the room turned out to be alright. Many thanks to those 3 good men! If it weren’t for them I could’ve slept on that uncomfortable bench whole night or could even be robbed!

amazing…it was 5 days ago…

anyway, what ever it is…i dun want to sleep at petrol station…