Through the Fog

Driving through the fog is an act of faith. When you’re familiar with the road, it doesn’t take much faith. You have to slow down a bit, and be prepared in case of sudden brake lights. But when the fog is thick, and you’re not sure of the way, it can be stressful and scary. It takes much more faith. Faith in your reflexes, faith in the drivers ahead of you, faith in the navigator that sent you down this road. Stopping isn’t an option. The driver behind you may not see your brake lights in time.

Life is full of foggy places. Slow down and be more cautious, but keep moving forward. Follow the road, trust yourself and the people around you, and listen to the voice of that Navigator inside you. Just have faith, and you’ll get there.

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