Fenris Badwulf caring person

One of the most soothing things you can do in your busy day is go out for a drive. I spark up the tunes and face my anxieties on the road. Rush hour is the best time to do this; especially in Toronto. You get to explore the city, and find inner peace. You want to find driving maneuvers that keep you still while the troubles of the world rush by. I am a caring person, and this is my way to show I care, to show caring. In today’s episode, I am out doing left turns. Rush hour, in the City of Light.

Left turns are legal along the Woodbine, south of O’Connor. You can do them on the block just before an intersection with traffic lights. Listen to the soothing music and do not pay attention to the angry people shaking their fists or honking their horns. They are filled with bad energy and need the peace and tranquility that comes from Set, the Snake God. After you wait a while, there will be an opportunity to turn left, but do not take it. Wait for the time to turn that an old man would take. Wait for traffic to back up and grid lock to form. This is a sign that diversity is spreading. After you turn left onto a quiet residential street, you can loop around and pull off the maneuver again. How many times can you pull off the left turn during the three hours of rush hour? Challenge yourself.

Today, a caring person
stopped his car in the lane going the other way. He wanted to know what I was doing. I told him I was turning left. He wanted to know if I was the same guy who was turning left when he was coming home a half hour ago. It could have been me, I admitted, I was looking for the Beer Store and was lost. He groaned in frustration. He shared with me that the Beer Store was just down the street, on the right. I thanked him profusely. I was filled with caring, and now it was spreading. My work was done at this location. Time to move to another place.

Toronto, the City of Light is filled with places that need the soothing of Set, the Snake God. You can make left turns most anywhere, but I like to be guided by random events. If I am driving around and see someone else make a left turn in such a way that traffic is bunged up, I take that as a sign that Set, the Snake God wants me to spread caring and harmony. These places where the healing forces of digestion are strong are usually just before some other form of road blockage, like construction, bus stop, or illegally parked delivery truck. My decision to make a left turn creates the opportunity for the many cars following me to make S-curve dodging maneuvers. If I can get their attention they will not spot the obstacle in the lane they are dodging into and will experience a healthy adrenaline rush. This way they gain confidence in their reactions to emergency situations, and in the engineering of their cars braking systems. Usually. Within fifteen to forty five minutes though, some unevolved person will plow into the illegally parked delivery truck.

You can learn by doing by doing this form of driving meditation and consciousness raising. You will become refreshed and relaxed. Practice and share your experiences. People need to become more spiritually aware of the teachings of Set, the Snake God. It is your way of showing that you care.

I, Fenris Badwulf, wrote this. I care.

2 Responses to “Fenris Badwulf caring person”

  1. The Mayor Says:

    Wonderful suggestions.

    Also, try stopping your car, left or right lane, it doesn’t matter, and get out and open the hood. Get out and have a look, and just stay there looking. Some folk, the one’s that don’t scream obscenities at you as they drive by at 3kmh, will actually pull behind you, get out and try to help you with your *problem*.

    You’ll hear a litany of solutions to your non-real problem. Great advice.

    When traffic is backed up as far as the eye can see, hop back in your car and drive away. You’ve done well. You’ve done God’s work.

  2. marc in calgary™ Says:

    One of my favorite Mitchieville series.

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