I've come to witness that women, some of them, tend to generally be impatient (speeding) and moody (road raging) drivers.
They are also known of being masters in multitasking (like fixing their hair, reaching for some file in the back seat, changing the radio station, adjusting the side mirror, putting on mascara, changing their footwear all while driving in their sleep).
Truth be told women drive with caution.
They drive with such caution that chauvinistic smart asses honk in irritation at them, as if valuing ones life is a stupid thing to do.
People have different beliefs hey?
But it should be expected because we were raised differently.
We even had different experiences during our lives.
Even if we did have the same event, because we saw it in our own ways, the experience ends up being different for the both of us.
The problems come when we impose our beliefs on other people.
We arrogantly believe that the way we think and how we think is superior than someone else's beliefs.
I think is more than a lack of compassion, it's a lack of apathy.
A friend of mine said it best when she said we are all connected.
You know, like doing unto others what you would want them to do unto you.
I guess you could say we are selfish in way.
It's this "it's my way or the highway" type of thinking that's gotten us butting heads.
Expecting to receive first and then only do we give.
This type of thinking is in violation to the law of giving and receiving.
You need to put in the wood first then you will get the fire.
Give, only then will you receive. You might not receive from the person you gave to, but you will receive from somewhere.
It is law.
Job 3:25 "For the thing which I greatly feared is come upon me, and that which I was afraid of is come unto me."
What you are feeling most of time you are also giving.
And what you give, you will always receive.
Feel fear, and something that matches the fear you are feeling will come to you.
Fee love, and something that matches the love you are feeling will come to you.
The law of giving and receiving aka the law of cause and effect aka the law of karma aka the law of attraction.
So everything that is happening in your life is happening for a reason. And that reason is YOU.
Do what you can to train yourself into being in a happier place as often as you can.
The processes mentioned in "Ask & It is Given" might come handy for you.
So always think the best of yourself and the people around... even moody, impatient women behind the wheel on your rear view mirror.
I love you.
~ Musawenkosi Tshoaele