On Greyhound to Pittsburgh

15 August 2015

What experience comes down to is living each day like you’re on the bus. You have to be patient, tolerant, considerate, yet stand your ground, or seat, rather. You have to take the turns as they come and you can’t bitch at the driver when he/she doesn’t know the best route to the city to not end up in traffic for two hours.

Go with the flow of the people, yet always maintain truth and integrity of self. Seize every minute of the 20 minute breaks at the gas station. Write your thoughts out along the way to your destination. And remember, these “bus rides” happen everyday.

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