The Chi of Jaba B: The Flood Gates Open
Since when did commuting become a shrine to connections?
It seems that the time I spend in a car now days is the time I use to connect to those that I have not seen in awhile. Albeit a good thing and a bad thing (damn that guy on the cell phone etc..). This time is starting to make sense that the shrine of connection is veiled in a cloak of technology. If I didn't work so far from home (I would not need a car). If I had closer friends (I would talk to them over the fence). The cell phone has facilitated a way to share the moment and thus share the life of others regardless of the distance. It is about the contact. AT&T really did have it right - "reach out and touch someone!"