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I just got back from the Sand Bar in Camps Bay. Once again, after spending the day on the beach and playing volleyball, I ended up there with friends for a bite, a drink and a chat. After Roland and Jobst left, I stayed on, thinking, contemplating, relaxing, enjoying, …. and it dawned on me that this is paradise, and when you sit in the Sand Bar, you also got a window seat. Just when I wanted to leave, bill already paid, a woman walked in with her son…
I saw them there last week already and couldn’t but notice her extraordinary beauty and her amazing smile. But what struck me even more was the loving and caring way she was dealing and communicating with her son. WOW!, I thought and got Christo to pass her a message saying just that and thanking her for that extraordinary gift.
Tonight she spent most of the time on the phone and looked anything but happy, so voilà, there was the second note, this time with lots of smileys, for her to use at her discretion. She soon after left, but good deed for the day done. Paradise with a window seat. Sweet.
Last night I was at a scene of a car accident. Nothing serious, but it obviously caused some debris. While the cars were removed, I asked the tow truck guy whether he had a broom. “No, the council comes and cleans it up”, was his reply.
This didn’t really surprise me, because hardly ever when there was a road accident, the glass keeps lying on the (side of the) road forever – probably until the council cleans up the mess. Why the people involved, the police or even the tow truck drivers can’t do that 5min job, I don’t know. However, it’s that kind of lack of self-respect that I see as the root of all evil in this country. “Somebody else will do it”. This attitude needs to change to keep South Africa from sliding deeper into the social decay. But what do you think?