Seats thirty, thirty one and thirty two, on the Jeddah \ Casablanca flight have been empty since our departure. I told myself to take them and lie there for awhile as long as the flight usually takes about six to seven hours. I took them. In front of me, two happy ladies were talking about going back to their husbands in the Ukraine. I did not believe what I heard. The Russians gave back Crimea to the Ukrainians and withdrew from there. The Americans decided to lift the sanctions from them. It seemed to me those ladies were not telling the truth. The conflict between the Palestinians and the Israelis is over. No massacre in the Central republic of Africa, Sudan and in Myanmar and the fighting parties put their guns and stopped the killing. The north and south Koreans united in one Korea. The war in Syria came to an end and all the refugees came back and they are now rebuilding their devastated country. No more bombing in Iraq and Lebanon. People all over the world are now brothers and sisters. The stewardess woke me up for dinner, I have been dreaming.