“Look out!” She screams.
He swerves back into his lane
and pushes out a relieved breath.
“I didn’t see him. That was close.”
What’s holding us back
Is often so close we can’t see it.
gets so ingrained that even when we look at it,
we don’t notice it.
We don’t see how it affects us.
Friends are too polite to tell us.
Family says, “That’s just how she is.”
All the while, we are getting ready to change lanes.
The crash is coming.
do their best work
when they reveal our blind spots.
Who’s in your passenger seat?