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David J. Pollay, MAPP '06, is a co-founder of the International Positive Psychology Association (IPPA). David has an Economics degree from Yale University and has held leadership positions at Yahoo!, MasterCard, Global Payments and AIESEC. He is an Executive Coach who specializes in business relationships. He is also an author and keynote speaker known for his best-selling books, The Law of the Garbage Truck (how to navigate negativity) and The 3 Promises (how to create personal fulfillment every day). David's articles are here. For permission to reprint David's articles, please contact him.



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The Law of the Garbage Truck by David J. Pollay

 

garbage-truckHow often do you let other people’s nonsense change your mood? Do you let a bad driver, rude waiter, curt boss, or an insensitive employee ruin your day? Unless you’re the Terminator, you’re probably set back on your heels. However, the mark of your success is how quickly you can refocus on what’s important in your life.

Sixteen years ago I learned this lesson. And I learned it in the back of a New York City taxi cab. Here’s what happened.

I hopped in a taxi, and we took off for Grand Central Station. We were driving in the right lane when all of a sudden, a black car jumped out of a parking space right in front of us. My taxi driver slammed on his brakes, the car skidded, the tires squealed, and at the very last moment our car stopped just one inch from the other car’s back-end.

I couldn’t believe it. But then I couldn’t believe what happened next. The driver of the other car, the guy who almost caused a big accident, whipped his head around and he started yelling bad words at us. How do I know? Ask any New Yorker, some words in New York come with a special face. And he even threw in a one finger salute! I couldn’t believe it!

But then here’s what really blew me away. My taxi driver just smiled and waved at the guy. And I mean, he was friendly. So, I said, “Why did you just do that!? This guy could have killed us!” And this is when my taxi driver told me what I now call, “The Law of the Garbage Truck™.” He said:

“Many people are like garbage trucks. They run around full of garbage, full of frustration, full of anger, and full of disappointment. As their garbage piles up, they look for a place to dump it. And if you let them, they’ll dump it on you.

So when someone wants to dump on you, don’t take it personally. Just smile, wave, wish them well, and move on. Believe me. You’ll be happier.”

So I started thinking, how often do I let Garbage Trucks run right over me? And how often do I take their garbage and spread it to other people at work, at home, or on the street? It was then that I said, “I don’t want their garbage and I’m not going to spread it anymore.”

I began to see Garbage Trucks. Like in the movie “The Sixth Sense,” the little boy said, “I see Dead People.” Well now “I see Garbage Trucks.” I see the load they’re carrying. I see them coming to dump it. And like my taxi driver, I don’t take it personally; I just smile, wave, wish them well, and I move on.

One of my favorite football players of all time was Walter Payton. Every day on the football field, after being tackled, he would jump up as quickly as he hit the ground. He never dwelled on a hit. Payton was ready to make the next play his best. Over the years the best players from around the world in every sport have played this way: Muhammad Ali, Nadia Comaneci, Bjorn Borg, Chris Evert, Michael Jordan, Jackie Robinson, and Pele are just some of those players. And the most inspiring leaders have lived this way: Nelson Mandela, Mother Theresa, Gandhi, and Martin Luther King.

See, Roy Baumeister, a psychology researcher from Florida State University, found in his extensive research that you remember bad things more often than good things in your life. You store the bad memories more easily, and you recall them more frequently.

So the odds are against you when a Garbage Truck comes your way. But when you follow The Law of the Garbage Truck™, you take back control of your life. You make room for the good by letting go of the bad.
The best leaders know that they have to be ready for their next meeting. The best sales people know that they have to be ready for their next client. And the best parents know that they have to be ready to greet their children with hugs and kisses, no matter how many garbage trucks they might have faced that day. All of us know that we have to be fully present, and at our best for the people we care about.

The bottom line is that successful people do not let Garbage Trucks take over their lives.

What about you? What would happen in your life, starting today, if you let more garbage trucks pass you by?

Here’s my bet: You’ll be happier.

You have a choice.  Make it today.
Have a Garbage Free Day!

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67 comments

Chris October 2, 2007 - 8:17 am

David,

I love this story! I have to admit that sometimes Garbage Trucks get the better of me, but my batting average has been improving over the years since I first heard you tell this story. I love the metaphor. It’s really easy to imagine people loaded down with all their garbage, and critical to remember to let all of it pass you by!

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Kathryn Britton October 2, 2007 - 9:20 am

And particularly to remember that their garbage has nothing to do with you. You weren’t there when the garbage was made. Great metaphor.

Kathryn

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David J. Pollay October 2, 2007 - 11:03 am

Hi Chris,

Good for you! It is great to observe how your “batting average” is increasing; it is fun to see your own progress! You are letting things pass you by that used to distract you from what’s important in your life. Congrats to you!

Thanks for your post Chris.

David

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David J. Pollay October 2, 2007 - 11:07 am

Hi Kathryn,

Yes! That is exactly right! Most often we do not know why someone is carrying garbage on a given day, and especially people we do not know. It is best to wish them well, move on, and stay focused on what we care about in our lives.

Thanks Kathryn for the post.

David

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Melanie October 2, 2007 - 12:25 pm

David, great article! I have to say that in my house “if mama aint happy, aint nobody happy” and I know I have that power to change my surroundings! I choose to let the garbage go right by most days, some days are easier than others obviously, but boy what power we all have. As a mom and working in a Drs. office I am faced with people dumping their garbage all day long, what I gift I received when I finally realized that it is my choice as to whether I keep it or let it pass me by. So long garbage!!!

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Katie B. October 2, 2007 - 12:34 pm

David,

I currently work with loads of wonderful volunteers who are doing tough work for a cause they believe in, but aren’t always interacting with people who share the same sentiments they have. Oftentimes, people will purposely engage my volunteers in arguments, or simply walk by and say negative things about the cause they’re devoting themselves to. The Law of the Garbage Truck helps the volunteers (and quite frankly, me) keep those moments in the right perspective, and helps us to keep on working for our cause. I handed a copy of your column to one of my volunteers this weekend(she loved it)–I wanted to let you know that this will travel with me and will become one of my go-to items in my volunteer kit!

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Lillian October 2, 2007 - 12:53 pm

Thanks David for the great article!

I read your article when it first came out, and I have seen you share it with many audiences over the years.

It was powerful when I first read it, and it continues to inspire me when I hear you tell the story in your speeches and seminars. I enjoyed reading it again today. Your Law of the Garbage Truck article has helped to make a positive difference in my life.

Thank you David

Lillian

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mikey October 2, 2007 - 2:13 pm

I love this article. I remember you telling me the story of your cab ride years ago. And you told it to me on a night that I need it most. It gave me so much confidence in a city that looked as if it were licking it’s chops, ready to devour me. Now I can see those garbage trucks everywhere and they are so very easy to avoid these days.
Thank you David, who truely are a great man and a great healer.
You pal and brother, Mikey

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Alberto Casellas October 2, 2007 - 2:14 pm

David
Thanks for the post and this new interpretation… I will act different now everytime I see or hear the garbage truck down the street…we all have limited time and resources to be wasted on these type of moods. Thanks again,
Alberto

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Bobby A October 2, 2007 - 2:41 pm

David,
Creative insights! Keep spreading the word – changing perspective and mood changes the outcomes we all achieve each and every day!

Keep up the great work – look forward to reading your material.

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Tamara October 2, 2007 - 3:54 pm

I remember the first time you told me this story. I was having an extremely difficult time with a boss at work. It wasn’t so much what she asked of me; it was how it was asked, with contempt and in a demeaning way, you know what I’m talking about. After you told me the story, I chose to go back to work and smile inside when she was coming towards me. I would think, okay, I see a garbage truck coming my way. It was sort of an inside joke with myself. I was able to get through my time with her. Your stories are truly inspirational. thanks for sharing your gifts with the world….

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Cari Jackson Lewis October 2, 2007 - 7:39 pm

Thank you for your wise words, David. This is a very interesting and contemporary interpretation of a biblical concept with which I struggle. In “Garbage Truck”, you say “let go”. The concept to which I am referring is “let go and Let God”. We are supposed to release the garbage to God and let Him relieve us of the burdens of seeking revenge or closure or relief for past wrongs. However, I think by using your metaphor one can actually end up with less “wrongs” to be relieved of. Perhaps with time we could even end up helping those people with “garbage” stop dumping on others. It may be that we should teach our children some of these social concepts in school as part of a personal development module. If we teach young people how to deal with their frustrations or problems in a civilized and healthy way, this would go a long way toward restoring good manners in public. Instead of “dumping their garbage” on others, they can be taught to do other replacement activities that are more acceptable. I think you should develop these ideas for young people and spread the word! Thanks again for your cogent and introspective work! – Cari Lewis

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David J. Pollay October 3, 2007 - 12:56 am

Hi Melanie!

There’s no doubt how important your role is at home and at the office. The people in your life are blessed that you are letting the garbage trucks pass you by! I love the “so long garbage” close to your post!

Thanks Melanie!

Best to you,

David

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David J. Pollay October 3, 2007 - 12:58 am

Hi Katie,

What a great application of The Law of the Garbage Truck™! Your volunteers are lucky that you are helping them understand how important it is to focus on the mission of their work, and to let the less than positive reactions of others slide away. There’s too much good to focus on then to fixate on the unpleasant interactions.

Best wishes to you on your mission! You will be successful!

Best to you,

David

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David J. Pollay October 3, 2007 - 12:58 am

Hi Lillian,

Thanks for your post! I appreciate your support very much. It has been my joy to share this message with others. The world is a better place when we all let the Garbage Trucks pass us by. And very importantly, we make the world a better place when we do not spread garbage to others.

My best to you!

David

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David J. Pollay October 3, 2007 - 12:59 am

Hi Mikey,

I remember sharing the message of The Law of the Garbage Truck with you many years ago. Thanks for your warm memory of that night. You sure have done great things with your life and it’s wonderful to be able to focus on what you care about. And to wish everyone (all people) well in the process.

My best to you,

David

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David J. Pollay October 3, 2007 - 1:00 am

Hi Alberto,

You hit it on the head Alberto! We only have so much time each day; why waste it on things that are not important to us, and only distract us from our best work and our most important relationships. Thanks for the post!

Best to you,

David

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David J. Pollay October 3, 2007 - 1:00 am

Hi Bobby,

Thanks for the support! I enjoy sharing my writing with our community. You can also find my columns at The North Star Writers Group (the syndication company that carries my weekly newspaper column) website: http://www.northstarwriters.com. Or you can check out http://www.happynews.com for another series of articles.

Best to you,

David

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David J. Pollay October 3, 2007 - 1:01 am

Hi Tamara,

I remember this situation well! You were able to determine what you could control in that situation and what was beyond your influence. Where you could help your boss do things more effectively, you did. And where you were faced with pure and simple garbage, you let it pass you by. I remember you were a leader among your peers in the way you handled a difficult situation.

And good for you for privately acknowledging and celebrating your ability to let the Garbage Trucks pass you by!

Best to you,

David

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David J. Pollay October 3, 2007 - 1:03 am

Hi Cari,

Thanks for your thoughtful post! You have captured the essence of the power of The Law of the Garbage Truck™. When you do not take the garbage to begin with, you have less to forgive. The more you practice this approach to life, the fewer things hit your radar. Like Tamara said above, you almost feel a sense of joy that you are letting something go so you can stay focused on offering your best self to the world.

Thanks also for the encouragement to bring this message to our children. My organization, The Momentum Project, began working with schools this year. We are currently starting with the leaders, administrators, and teachers in a year-long program. And as we go we are working to reach the children.

Cari, I would be interested in hearing more about your ideas for reaching the children directly. Email me at david@themomentumproject.com.

Best to you,

David

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Halle October 3, 2007 - 7:50 am

Thank you for this idea! As an accountant, I often have to work with people who are frustrated and downright angry about their money, thier lack of money, or the money they have to give over. I’m going to put up a picture of a garbage truck in my office just to remind me that its their garbage and not mine! Thanks so much, looking forward to many more insights!
Halle

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David J. Pollay October 3, 2007 - 9:58 pm

Hi Halle!

Thank you for your post! I can just imagine how challenging your role can be at times. The good news is that you serve people so much better when you let the garbage pass you by; you can then focus your energy on how you can really help them. You’ll also feel a lot better at the end of the day!

Best to you,

David

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Steve Siebold October 3, 2007 - 10:56 pm

David,

I saw you deliver this piece in a speech you gave in Florida several years ago, and I’ve never forgotten it.
Now I just need to follow your advice more often.

Thanks for everything you do for people, David. You’re a force for good in the world.

Steve Siebold, CSP
http://www.mentaltoughnessblog.com

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David J. Pollay October 4, 2007 - 12:07 am

Hi Steve,

Thanks for your continued support! You know my work with The Law of the Garbage Truck very well. It has always been fun connecting with you!

And congrats to you for your new audio/video blog!

Best to you,

David

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Ellen October 4, 2007 - 9:10 am

David,
I love the article and your philosophy. Funny…as an eternal optimist, I find that over time I only remember the good things and all the bad things fade away. We lived in South Africa for a couple of years and the violence all around us was very stressful at the time. However, as time goes on I find I only remember the beauty of the country, the many people who reached out to us in friendship, and the few very special people we met who are still a part of our lives. While it can be difficult to smile and wave in response to someone else’s intense anger, I totally agree that it takes away the Garbage Truck’s power to hurt.

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David J. Pollay October 4, 2007 - 9:01 pm

Hi Ellen,

Thank you for sharing your experience in South Africa. It is such a great example of The Law of the Garbage Truck in action. You clearly faced challenges while you were in South Africa, but you did not dwell on them. As a result it sure seems that you have a storehouse of wonderful memories from your time there.

Ellen, thank you for your post!

Best to you,

David

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MARSHA BENNETT October 6, 2007 - 2:02 pm

Hi David,

I love your story. I have found over the years that I don’t hold on to the garbage as long as I used to…the garbage truck is a great visual..Keep up the great work.

Thanks,
Marsha

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David J. Pollay October 6, 2007 - 10:26 pm

Hi Marsha,

Thank you for your post and support! And good for you for not holding onto the garbage (and just letting it pass you by with no layover)! Have a great weekend!

Best to you,

David

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zihang October 17, 2007 - 1:12 am

dear david,

i like this article n i think its worth to share with more n more ppl!!

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David J. Pollay October 17, 2007 - 1:26 am

Hi Zihang,

Thank you Zihang for your support and encouragement!

My best to you,

David

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Kim Randall October 21, 2007 - 1:43 am

Fantastic — I received a modified version by e-mail from my beloved mother, and found you here online to get it straight from the horse’s mouth. What a fantastic metaphor the garbage truck is, a real visual depiction to allow us to see the unseen negative energy that surrounds us in so many forms. Thank you! I plan to see it in just the way you suggest, and expect I will, as it’s really such a perfect visual.

Cheers, Kim.

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Mihir Gosalia October 21, 2007 - 12:45 pm

Hi David,

You have a great style of getting your message across to the readers by way of these fantastic stories. They are precisely upto the point and I can remember and recall them too. All the 3 articles of yours that I have read so far, there has been a learning and growth for me in it. This article has enabled me to understand all the down and grim talk that other employees talk whilst in office whereas I am trying to stay positive and enjoy whatever work that is I do. It is tough, but I suddenly now recall this story and the lesson learned out of it and I let the words off theirs just pass over my head. I move on maintaining my smile & get on with my work. I do not want their wordings, feelings about the workplace affect me & my work. I have tried to make them understand, but if they cannot, I realize that I have to move on.

Best Regards,

Mihir

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Jamie Jamison October 22, 2007 - 12:14 pm

David,
I posted a little commentary from a Christian perspective on my own blog (http://www.jamiejamison.com/2007/10/comment-on-bewa.html). I love the article. Thank you so much for writing it!
– Jamie

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David J. Pollay October 24, 2007 - 12:55 am

Hi Jamie!

Great to hear from you! Thanks for your interest and support of the article. And thanks for spreading the word.

Given your comments and your blog post, I think you would also like this column about “Love Cyclers and Clickers”:

http://www.northstarwriters.com/djp006.htm

As you point out in your comments, you have to give love in this world.

Best to you,

David

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David J. Pollay October 24, 2007 - 12:58 am

Hi Kim,

Great to hear from you! Thanks for your post; I’m thrilled for you and how you plan to apply The Law of the Garbage Truck™ in your life.

Please send my best to your mom!

And thanks for looking me up and spreading the word!

Best to you,

David

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David J. Pollay October 24, 2007 - 1:04 am

Hi Mihir!

Thanks for your comments Mihir! I appreciate the support!

And good for you for not taking other people’s approaches to work personally; you cannot control how they view and do their work. Your application of The Law of the Garbage Truck™ to keep you focused on what’s important to you is great. You are clearly on a successful and happy path in life.

Thanks again for your post!

Best to you,

David

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Amit December 5, 2007 - 11:03 am

David

Great Post! More important is the way you’ve characterized it “The Law of Garbage Trucks”! This small phrase can constantly remind us not to deter from our main objectives when we bump against a Garbage Truck!

Most of us don’t realize the detrimental effect of banging our head against such Garbage Trucks.

Amit

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David J. Pollay December 8, 2007 - 2:26 pm

Hi Amit!

Thank you for your post! You have captured the power of “The Law of the Garbage Truck.” Best wishes to you as you pursue the good and important things in your life, while letting the Garbage Trucks pass you by!

Best to you,

David

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koohasaneh s. February 4, 2008 - 12:55 am

Your writing is so true to life. Your illustration is great.
Thank you.

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David J. Pollay February 7, 2008 - 9:19 pm

You are very welcome Koohasaneh S.! Thanks for your post.

Best to you,

David

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rick Mac Gregor February 8, 2008 - 1:44 am

hello David
My sister sent your article to me about beware of garbage trucks. She added on it that cab Drivers Rule. That is what I do for work. the letter from her and her addition made my day. It is real nice to know that there are people in the world that actually listen to what their cabbie has to say, especially someone who actually acknowledges where they learned something. Some days work gets difficult driving through snow, ice and bad roads. When people such as yourself come about it makes it seem more worthwhile and that somehow in someways large or small Us cabbies make a difference in the world
Thank You so very much.
Rico Hooker Dog
The cabbie

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David J. Pollay February 19, 2008 - 8:24 am

Hello Rico Hooker Dog!

Great to hear from you! I second your sister’s motion!

Thanks for connecting with me, and thanks for doing what you do. You touch a lot of lives each day. Thanks for caring like you do. It makes a difference to everyone you meet.

Rico, stay tuned; I have something you’ll love to see about The Law of the Garbage TruckTM.

Best to you,

David

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Clark April 3, 2008 - 6:20 am

Tha Law of the Garbage Truck has been really helping me a lot! Until recently, when people came across to dump their garbage on me or did other things that got on my nerves, I would just be full of anger and thoughts of revenge. Just the other day, I was suddenly punched by a guy from my class in highschool. He was apparently angry with me for some reason, but when he dumped his garbage, I remembered the Law of the Garbage Truck and just let it by. Thank you very much for this great way of thinking. It really does make my life a lot easier!

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David J. Pollay April 6, 2008 - 9:38 am

Hi Clark,

Thanks for your post, and congratulations on taking back control of your life by following The Law of the Garbage Truck™ in your life. Unfortunately, we run into a lot of Garbage Trucks when we are growing up, particularly in high school.

Clark, congratulations to you for not escalating the incident with your high school classmate. However, I want to make sure that you are safe. I am not happy to hear that the Garbage Truck you faced came with a punch. Physical violence is never acceptable. Email me directly to connect:

david@themomentumproject.com

Congratulations again on focusing on what’s important in your life and letting the Garbage Trucks pass you by. Remember to email me when you can. You’re on the right path.

Best to you,

David

p.s. Clark, take a look at http://www.bewareofgarbagetrucks.com. There are now many thousands of people doing what you are doing.

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Lavika (jakarta, Indonesia) November 2, 2008 - 8:47 am

Thanks David.
I always like your articles !

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David J. Pollay November 14, 2008 - 9:12 pm

Hi Lavika,

Thanks so much for your kind post! Stay in touch! I appreciate your support.

Best to you,

David

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bucket truck sale January 12, 2010 - 11:12 am

I encountered many similar articles with this one. I have noticed that they really are having the same point. I just wonder why.

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David J. Pollay January 12, 2010 - 11:17 am

Hi Bucket Truck Sale,

Great to hear from you. Happy New Year! The Law of the Garbage Truck addresses a universal concern: how can we take control of our lives, increase our happiness, and increase civility. If you’re interested in more about The Law of the Garbage Truck, take a peek at http://www.thelawofthegarbagetruck.com

Best to you,

David

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Michelle August 12, 2010 - 12:01 am

Hi David, my friend Joyce recommended I read about the Law of the Garbage Truck. She was very insistant. You see, we were both living in what turned out to be a cult. Joyce was manipulated into leaving her husband (with the ‘signs and wonders’ that the cult leader supposedly did and knew…) Joyce was there 4-1/2 years and I was there for almost 17, when I separated from my husband. I am now 43 and when Joyce and I “wised up” and with every ounce of courage a person can have, escaped this cult (you see, the leader had threatened us and our families if we did…long story but this leader knew lots of things, so we were scared). Joyce moved in with her brother then got her own place and I went to live in a domestic violence shelter for almost 6 months. Both of us are still trying to get our families to accept us back. Joyce’s sons don’t want anything to do with her. My parents offered me a place with them so I moved in with them about 6 weeks ago. They fight and cuss at each other (just like when I was young). My mom is highly emotional and my dad (who has had a major stroke and is disabled) spends his time calling her names and trying to find his mistress on facebook (or any nurse who took care of him who was “hot”). I have tried to set boundaries like I learned in the shelter but it’s very difficult. I am fighting hard. Dad said some things tonight to me and I walked outside rather than let them know I was crying. I called Joyce in tears and took a walk while I listened to her. She asked me if I’d read the Law of the Garbage Truck yet (she told me about it this morning) and insisted I get online and read it before I went to bed. She said it sure helped her and I can tell by the sound of her voice that she sure is calmer.

Well I read it, saved it as a Wordpad file and am going to print it. If my mom and dad do not want to try to be civil to one another, I’m just not going to let them dump their anger and bad things all over me. As soon as I get my disability, I’m going to get my own place but until then, I’ve got to just let them be how they want to be. I’ve prayed for them; I’ve tried to be a model person (make my bed, clean up after myself, etc) so that I do not put them out. Mom wants me here, and Dad well he brings up things from the past and wants to get the last word in. Sorry I’ve given you all of this…I’m not trying to be a garbage truck for you!!! I just wanted you to know what I had to deal with and to also know how I’m going to make this Law work for me.

Smiles always (that’s why I got the e-mail address I have now. I created it when I left the cult as my old address had references to the cult in the name)

God bless,
Michelle
p.s. I feel happier just since I read the law 15 minutes ago! 🙂

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David J. Pollay August 13, 2010 - 10:38 pm

Hi Michelle,

What an incredible email. Thank you for your post. And I’m so happy for what you are doing in your life. Your focus on what is important, and your courage to make things right in your life, is awesome. I’m very glad to hear from you.

Please tell Joyce I send my best to her, too.

Michelle, take a look at The Law of the Garbage Truck Facebook page.

http://www.facebook.com/thelawofthegarbagetruck

New resources that you’re going to like are coming online. We’re about to put online the TV version of my telling The Law of the Garbage Truck (filmed in New York City).

Stay in touch, Michelle. And stay strong.

All the best,

David

david@thelawofthegarbagetruck.com

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