Thoughts while driving to work.
I watched as the car in front of me slowly drifted closer and closer into the lane next to it.
(I see a lot of 'almost accidents' now that my commute to work is much longer and mostly through busy freeways and city streets. I enjoy it. People say I only say that now, but we'll see...)
It made me think how we can focus so hard on what someone else is doing, what someone else is watching, that we lose sight of what we are doing ourselves!
While watching the drifter, thinking, "What in the world is that driver doing?" I could easily start drifting myself because I'm no longer paying attention to my own driving. It's happened before.
It happens like that in life. I start focusing, thinking, and it consumes me. I forget to look at myself and what I may look like now due to the fact that I'm taken over by this obsession. How I am acting and reacting, and what am I doing because I am so consumed.
Reminder to take a step back and look at myself. Perhaps I am now that which I was looking at.