Trouble comes and trouble goes, but it is in peace that we must reach for. It’s the only way to relieve oneself from looking over their shoulder. If it’s this bad in the U.S, I can only imagine how the domino effect will take place for other countries. People are suffering, while governments carry on with business. A nasty threshold is coming to light and anxiety is widespread. And speaking of widespread, I’m sure the bikers from New York City and the released video, has been seen by the majority of people, it is a clear example of how recklessness is quickly taking over the population of those who drive. For anyone who is caught up in a situation such as road rage, it’s a hapless scenario that is very scary.
Our very way of life is being threatened by those who don’t care about civility. When violence becomes unambiguous, that is the time to acknowledge, that we have a serious problem. Their is too much violence that is marketed to all of us and for the easily influenced, it’s a satisfying rush that can become the thrill that they seek. Peace is becoming the life long dream, while calamity is becoming the new norm. For the violently assertive types, they often try to collaborate themselves to see who is best. That’s very shameful, but is very true.
Back to road rage for a second because it is an enormous issue that needs some serious attention. Even the most serene person can have moments of anger and thoughts of road rage when they’re mostly the calmest of people. What is it about road rage, that brings out the beast? Is it the size of the vehicle? (For the record, I’ve never seen a Prius in a road rage scenario). It’s not like the days of old, where drivers remain nonchalant and stay to the right, to let drivers pass on the left. It’s all out war, where all lanes are becoming fast lanes. Decorum usually goes right out the window in many cases and all can be lost in a split second. Is it worth the risk? No! But, just like in cases of fights, people usually become oblivious to their surroundings. It’s just terrible when road rage involves a car full of children or other family members. It’s a precarious problem that is difficult to contain. It is in road rage that the most civilized become exasperated, then they too can become a statistic.
We need peace of mind and to remain so, instead of becoming the catalyst that starts a war on wheels or in any other scenario that causes harm. We need a true protagonist, who will always do the right thing for the safety of the people, not for the greed of government. We need to stop the grimacing that ignites people and we definitely need to stop the trouncing of people, for that just gets us into more trouble. In my opinion, I don’t think people like problems and the ones that do, belong in jail. Their needs to be a collaborated effort to stop the madness, that is taking over our fair planet and find peace. Because it seems as we look up, Jesus is looking down and He cannot be enthused with what is happening.