n today’s industrialized society most of us have to drive to work. Ok, I shouldn’t say most because there are people who no longer have to because they have too much money and there are others who don’t have to because there is no longer work to drive to.
I and millions like me are stuck somewhere in the middle. I noticed something the other morning driving to where I knew I had to go. Over the last twenty or so years as I drove the same route at the same time I usually put my mind in auto drive because I never thought there was much to see or remember. Maybe I drank a bit too much coffee that morning or maybe I got a bit too much sleep but I started to observe people who were doing the same thing I was doing.
This doesn’t sound so special but the people I observed were the same people I drove with over the past couple of decades. I didn’t really drive with them but I drove over the same roads they did at the same time every day. I decided to play a game and try and see who these people were. The first person I noticed or I should say I noticed his truck, was a man I peripherally observed every morning.