I was sitting in the second seat on a bus taking notes. Someone was in the first seat. The bus was stopped in a parking lot.
The driver got off the bus and the buss started to roll forward. I was not scared: the bus would stop from the little rise in front of us. But it didn’t. It crested the rise and rolled down the hill in front of us. I thought, that guy in the first seat should get up and stop the bus. But he did not.
Near the bottom of the hill was a curb or ledge of stone. I thought the bus will stop at that curb. We should brace for impact.
It broke the curb and left the road we had been on. And kept going. I should get up I thought, and hit the brakes. But I did not: I saw, ahead some train tracks and I thought we’d hit those and lose momentum. So I sat tight. We did not stop: instead we hit the tracks and turned to ride them! Now we were going quite fast. Ahead there was a fork in the track – and I was suddenly aware of a train behind us as well. We took the left fork, as the gold and white metro-liner veered right and sped off into the distance.
The left spur dead-ended in water and we splashed into it… floating down river.
I woke and instantly realized this is how temptations, especially lust, pornography and self-abuse, all work.