commute

July 26, 2007 at 8:07 pm Leave a comment

Sometimes on my commute to work, I like to shut off my radio and just listen.

The gentle hum of my car’s engine, my tires on the rough Philadelphian back roads, horns from road raged drivers, and the occasional bird chirping. I am just another anonymous car flowing in a river of sheet metal, glass, and rubber. My destination is unknown to all around me but I drive purposefully, avoiding potholes and timing my braking and throttle to coincide with traffic light patterns. My knowledge that God knows where I am headed comforts me.

To Him, I’m not just another gray car on the road.

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