“Man is flying too fast for a world that is round. Soon he will catch up with himself in a great rear end collision.”
—James Thurber, 20th Century American cartoonist and playwright
For many of us the world is moving way too fast these days.
Visualize a dog chasing its tail and replace this image with yourself or others in your communities.
Wendy and I recently visited some friends in New York and found the highways filled with many speed racers, darting between lanes to shave a few extra minutes from their commutes.
We saw a number of accidents which ended up slowing things down anyway, and many police pulling these folks over to fill up their municipality’s cash reserves.
How fast is your world moving?
How often do you feel like you are chasing your tail and about to have a rear end collision with yourself?