I hate!!! Hate!! Being stuck behind someone who is going 15-20 under the speed limit. It is for realz the worst thing ever! And yet…. It always seems to happen to me. It never fails. I won’t even be in a rush to get to point b. It’s like they flock to me! But it got me thinking the other night. As cheesy as it was to me this is what happens to churches, families, friends and even businesses. Someone gets in front of them that isn’t able or is not doing the speed that they need to be doing. Therefore causes me and everyone else behind me to slow down which thanks to the great public school system in Florida I learned in my 4 years of high school that there is a term for this. Traffic. I think the f’s are silent though… Granted I don’t know the story of why the person in front of me is going so slow but I don’t need to. They need to get out of the way for me to pass them and then they can figure out what their issue is. Pretty selfish huh? But at the same time it needs to happen to me. In some areas I need to step out the way. Because all I do is hinder the process. It doesn’t make me any less of a man it is just simply a field or lane for that matter that I don’t belong in. This is another life lesson I am trying to apply daily. It doesn’t mean that if anything gets hard I step out of the way because I can’t go fast enough, for some things yes. But for all no. It also doesn’t mean that when I step to the side that I sit down and twiddle my thumbs. I must be learning and training so I can get back in the as fast lane and not slow people down. Infact that was what I was a suppose to do last year…but I just sat down and enjoyed the view. Which the view sucked. It was one of the hardest and most confusing years of my life. I am always thankful though that no matter the speed I am going or not going. God is always right next to me with his hand out telling me to grab it when I’m ready and we will get through it and HE will make me the better man. HE will transform me. HE can and will do all things if I will simply let him and be faithful to what he tells me to do.