[LMB] OT: Airlines was: Handbags
francis.turner at gmail.com
Sun Jan 27 10:44:42 GMT 2008
Depends on the drive. For meditation flat straight empty roads are
good. Recently I've been doing the drive from Cannes to Milan (and
back) a number of times and despite becoming familiar with it in all
ways (including knowing where the Italians cocked up the camber on the
bends) I can't relax until I'm out of the mountains and into the Po
valley. Too many wiggles that force you to pay strict attention to the
road unless you want to crash.
On Jan 27, 2008 4:47 AM, anmar mirza <anmar.mirza at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 1/26/08, Meg Justus <mmegaera at nwlink.com> wrote:
[SNIP]> Or working things out
> > mentally if I am. I get some of my best thinking done behind the wheel.
> Indeed. I've dealt with many life issues on long road trips. I find them
> occasionally like some people meditate. It's actually a good similarity
> when I am
> in the zone while driving, it's a pretty good meditative state for me.
Faber's Fourth Law:
Necessity is the mother of strange bedfellows.
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