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“Life is made up, not of great sacrifices or duties, but of little things, in which smiles and kindness, and small obligations given habitually, are what preserve the heart and secure comfort.” – Humphry Davy

Distracted driving is a byproduct of distracted living, a dangerous one at that. Over-committed, self-centered and over-extended. When our attention is scattered wide instead of deep, we miss what and who’s right in front of us.

We are all connected and here for a purpose beyond ourselves. So instead of racing to finish first, we can choose to “share the road” and enjoy the scenery together. Be kind. Share your time, talent, gifts and attention and encourage others to do the same.

It’s a good life. Slow down and participate.

“Truth is a deep kindness that teaches us to be content in our everyday life and share with the people the same happiness.” – Khalil Gibran

“Truth is a deep kindness that teaches us to be content in our everyday life and share with the people the same happiness.” – Khalil Gibran

8 Comments Post a comment
  1. So very true. Thanks.

    September 21, 2014
  2. We do drive the same way that we live life. Scary when you realize that most drivers are not in their bodies whether or not they are behind the wheel.

    September 21, 2014
  3. Love this! And so true – being present to all things and in all things is a gift we give the world.

    September 21, 2014
    • And we receive the gift we give tenfold. Thanks for sharing.

      September 21, 2014
  4. Yes, sharing the road and the journey is the best way to have a joy-filled life. When two or more are gathered, you know what HE says!

    September 22, 2014

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