After many years of getting to know my Blessed Mother, she beckoned me to come closer to her. I had made some wonderful friends through a retreat called Christ Renews His Parish (CRHP), and one of them asked me if I wanted to go to Medjugorje with her. I knew I couldn't afford it and so I was very sad to tell her "no". The person organizing the trip called me twice to tell me that when she prayed the rosary, my name kept coming to her mind. "Are you sure you can't come? Because I'm pretty sure you're supposed to go. Pray about it." she asked. A month later my mother-in-law died and left Jack and me some money. I had the traveling image of Our Lady of Guadalupe in my home at that time. I remember waking up very early the next morning after my mother-in-law passed away, realizing that now I could afford to go to Medjugorje! I went into the living room to pray the rosary in front of Our Lady. While I was on my knees, many thoughts rushed into my head. There I was, in front of the image of Our Blessed Mother, praying the rosary with my own mother's rosary, and realizing that my mother-in-law's final gift to me was a trip to see Our Lady of Medjugorje! Then it dawned on me that I would be in Medjugorje for Mother's Day!! I felt loved by all my mothers at once!
Sonia Nazario 's best-selling novel, "Enrique's Journey", also depicts the process and obstacles of train migration. While this book mainly focuses on the journey of one person, it speaks for the thousands of other migrants who have struggled to reunite with loved ones. Nazario describes the emotion and difficulty experienced by entire families who are separated by the necessity to become more economically stable. The dangers of crossing Central America and Mexico by train are described in explicit detail as migrants of all ages face street gangs, corrupt officials, hunger, exhaustion, discrimination, poor weather, and deadly trains.
In electrodynamic suspension (EDS), both the guideway and the train exert a magnetic field, and the train is levitated by the repulsive and attractive force between these magnetic fields.  In some configurations, the train can be levitated only by repulsive force. In the early stages of maglev development at the Miyazaki test track, a purely repulsive system was used instead of the later repulsive and attractive EDS system.  The magnetic field is produced either by superconducting magnets (as in JR–Maglev) or by an array of permanent magnets (as in Inductrack ). The repulsive and attractive force in the track is created by an induced magnetic field in wires or other conducting strips in the track. A major advantage of EDS maglev systems is that they are dynamically stable – changes in distance between the track and the magnets creates strong forces to return the system to its original position.  In addition, the attractive force varies in the opposite manner, providing the same adjustment effects. No active feedback control is needed.