Archive for the ‘Commuter Blessings’ Category

Tales from the Transit Line

Blessing from the Morning Commute:

On a cold, rainy day, may you always get a seat next to the heater, while you ride the bus. And may it not get turned off halfway through your commute.

Namaste.

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Tales from the Transit Line

Blessing from the Morning Commute:

May you never be shorter than the old, overweight, out-of-breath man standing over you, in a crowded train car.

Namaste.

Tales from the Transit Line

Blessing from the Morning Commute:

May the escalator at your transfer station never be broke down – ever, let alone for a week – when the only alternative to reach your platform is three flights of stairs.

Namaste.

Tales from the Transit Line

Blessing from the Morning Commute:

May you never have to walk by human feces on any street corner.

Namaste.

Tales from the Transit Line

Blessing from the Evening Commute:

May you never get stuck on the bus sitting next to a coughing crackhead.

Namaste.

Tales from the Transit Line

Blessing from the Morning Commute:

May you never be on the front line of the transit platform after four full trains have passed by and the mass of impatient commuters that has since gathered behind you, starts to get pushy.

Nameste.