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Have you ever wondered why we usually don't remember the day of our birth? An interesting idea is that it might have been such an intense and even traumatic experience that a newborn could barely process. It's fascinating to note how the experience can be extremely different between two individuals who are so close. This is because what might have been the happiest moment for our parents could also have been quite terrifying for a fetus: leaving the safe and cozy environment of our mother's womb for the outside world - cold, noisy, and hostile.

That's why we often find comfort in snug places with a constant hum, like a heated home while it's raining outside, or in the seat of a plane with the engines running, or even during a closed car ride with the muffled roar of the engine. Somehow, our senses remind us of the time when we were a fetus in our mother's womb.

Remember the feeling of being a child in the back seat of a car, driven by your parents, uncles, or grandparents? Someone you trust and love taking you to a destination you don't always care to know. You don't even have to look forward through the windshield; you simply enjoy the journey through the side window. It's not uncommon to drift off to sleep.

And perhaps, this is the essence of life itself: We are all on a journey to a destination we don't fully understand. And who is driving? Is trustworthy? Chance? God? A higher power, the whims of chance? And just as the day of birth marked our entry into this world, the day of our departure may also be shrouded in pain or trauma. As we transition to an unknown reality, a reality that we are still unable to fully conceive.

And that's what "A Ride to Eternity" is all about.

An innocent child, on the verge of facing the most harrowing experience of her life, is rescued in time from being present during that moment by an angel in the form of mother. An angel who challenge reality by lifting their car above earth. Taking off from the highway and gliding above the city, much like a helicopter ride. It continues to ascend beyond continents, eventually reaching above the Earth, into outer space and beyond, turning what would have been a terrible passage for an innocent soul into something magical and beautiful.



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