It’s Not You, It’s Me

I have to admit, I’m not the world’s best driver.  However, there have been countless times when I’ve been on the road wondering how certain people earned their license and, thus, the right to drive.  So this morning when I read an article that stated most drivers cause their own road errors, I couldn’t help but laugh.  When it comes to driving, it may not be you.  It’s probably me!

As I read through the article, I was floored by how many similarities there are between bad driving habits and bad “life” habits.  I’ll try not to get to metaphorical, but just to give you an example of what I mean, the first two things that many drivers erroneously do are: not paying attention and focusing on the wrong things. I had to ask myself—how many times do I do both of those things—both on the real road and the road of life?  Too many to count, I’m sure.

All I know for sure is that the article definitely made me want to double check my driving skills, and check how I am living and what my priorities are.

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