Where will it lead to?
Sunday evening: my sat-nav has led me to two buildings: on the left a casino, on the right a church. I chose the latter. A good choice. It turns out to be a great evening organised by Edmund Parschau and a certain Adrian Gibson. A couple of weeks ago the two men had met at Tuttlingen station and then organised the evening in Stockach. The inside of the church reminded me immediately of the Ryanair airport Frankfurt Hahn. The comparison fits well, since in both places people embark on a long journey in their lives.
At the end of the evening Adrian narrates how his adventure with Diospi Suyana started, focusing on the God everyone can experience. This conviction has led him to organise many presentation events in Ireland, England, Germany and in the USA for the missionary doctor.
Wednesday on board a KLM flight. Next to the missionary doctor sits a retired maths and biology teacher, who is more involved in her town now than when she was teaching. She is an atheist and has no idea what exciting stories she will hear on her flight over the Atlantic: seemingly inexplicable experiences and coincidences which all really happened. Our conclusion of our several-hour-long conversation was: there is more than we can see!
The journey continues. A journey towards God and with God. Always seeking to explain the mysteries of human existence.