All of us are en route.
We walk on our paths and try to get there where it is safe and pleasant to be.
While we go, we meet fellow travelers and we ask them the road.
The majority of them, sincerely trying to help, would prompt with pleasure.
Even if they don’t have or even never had maps of these roads.
They do not hesitate to advise because other fellow travelers, worthy of their trust,
have shown them the same way. Our well-wishers are ready to pass the old advice to us
even if they did not ever have tools and ability to estimate truthfulness of the council.
Our fellow travelers often wish to help us with a good advice.
We also meet another kind of advisers, the fellow travelers, who are ready to explain the roads to the place
for small constant payment . These shepherds will frighten us on all our way to the final point.
The whole journey will be filled with fear and overcoming of the imaginary barriers built by our guides
for the justification of the requisitions. When they will have brought us to there where themselves did not expect to get,
we will not have a chance to complaint and receive back the spent means.
We also may come across those who are ready to please us with the news that we have already arrived to the place.
These crooks will want to rob us of everything that is necessary for our journeys.
Before you start to follow advices from other fellow travelers, estimate their knowledge, check up trustworthiness of their knowledge,
ask many questions, equip yourself with maps and tools.
But first of all ask yourself a question: “Do I really know where I wish to get in the end of my way?”
Ask yourself many other questions.
We all are unique. There are almost seven billions of men and women, walking in different directions. In big and small groups.
But all of us will come to one and the same place. We will receive everything equally. And only the paths that we chose during our journeys,
would help us to understand what is being given to us, what is necessary to take and how to use all what is given for the pleasure of ourselves
and for the advantage of those that follow us.
I am a fellow traveler too. If you hear me, that means you have asked me about the way.
Listen, follow, but don’t forget what I have just told you.