I read a local online news story about a road rage incident. It seems both parties wanted to be in the intersection at the same time. This is not good. There was going to be a winner and a loser. Fortunately, there was no accident, but the parties from both vehicles stopped, got out and started screaming at each other. One of the parties drew a gun and threatened to kill the other party. The other party got back in car and hurriedly left but not before a bullet passed through the party’s rear and front window. Crazy, right? When we don’t have to win every race, or blame others for being at fault things usually work out. A simple wave and shrug of the shoulders by either party may have taken the heat out of this situation. Every event doesn’t have to be a battle.
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