I went to Jerusalem yesterday; I knew that a bus line runs from the very neighborhood of mine to Jerusalem center, and I thought that a one-day trip to Jerusalem might be possible. I left the house at 9am, arrived at 11am; then left Jerusalem at 8pm and came back to 10pm. The trip itself was very convenient.
I wanted to go to Israel Museum, but it was open 4-9pm on Tuesdays; so I went to the Holocaust Museum (?), יד ושם.
Now, as I know I can easily go to Jerusalem, I should go to Jerusalem more often; at least twice in very soon to visit the Israel Museum (and also I have to go to יד–ושם again because I could not finish it yesterday.
By the way, on the way on buses I was thinking about the bus accident in Japan, which killed 10+ young people (undergrad students). It was somewhat similar to what I wrote before, unrewarded hard labor. People in Japan, you know, work hard to provide good service, though they could not provide good service and as a servicee they cannot have good service.
This case is different from what I wrote, where a person as a servicer and servicee is considered, but the situation that they cannot provide good service is terrible; it may be because of the deflation, or the shrinking population, or the end of a bonus era (due to cheap labor that was available in China), but anyway now it is the time not to discuss causes or countermeasures but to accept the situation. (...I don't think they can accept immigrants, which would be a good countermeasure.)