Why go “with the flow” when I can go another way. There’s usually more resistance when walking this path – but at the end of the day, there’s more to see and experience.
by Mark Luis Foster.
Some call it a sixth sense. Others define it as deep subconsciousness with a nagging propensity for the truth. Still others feel it’s a deeply spiritual connection.
Perhaps it’s all those things: It’s that little voice inside your head, the one that tells you that you missed your exit, that admonishes you for going too far in criticizing a coworker, and the one that nags you when you should have said no, but your mouth had other plans and instead said yes.
We all have this clandestine voice. Some are more aware of it than others. Mostly, we all choose to ignore it anyway. Rarely do we stop and just listen to what it has to say to us.
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When you ride your bike, you start to see things from a different perspective because you are traveling faster than pedestrians, but not as fast as a car or bus. This automatically gives you a different perspective on things.
From the physical: like the wind in your face to good exercise to focusing on the cars, people (and dogs) around you.
And to the more serene: the sense of freedom, floating and sailing along.
So anytime you change your “normal” traveling perspective, remember not just to look around you, but to “see.”
What do you see?