I was riding in the car with my bestfriend the other day, and traffic began to form. She and I were getting so irritated and could not understand why, when things look so clear far up ahead. We got into the other lane to pass the traffic, only to realize it was all being caused by the car two cars in front of us. We noticed that the man driving the car was looking at his GPS trying to figure out exactly which way to go. Seeing this got me to thinking. How many times do we slow other people down all because we are not really sure where we are going? How many people have slowed me down because they were not really sure what they wanted. Instead of pulling over to the side to get out of the way, he thought it was better he slow everyone else down until he figured it out. That is so completely unfair. If you are not sure of the things that you want or the direction you are heading just yet, you have to get out of the way of people who do. I understand that it is all out of fear of being passed up, but that is part of being selfless. You have to trust that once you figure it out, you will either catch up or realize that that is not even the direction that you should have been going anyway. What's meant for you always will be. Whether you figure it out as quickly as others or not. Get out of the way.