“The path to our destination is not always a straight one. We go down the wrong road, we get lost, we turn back. Maybe it doesn't matter which road we embark on. Maybe what matters is that we embark.”― Barbara Hall
I teach about 25 times a week at my five yoga studios and a few of the classes are really early. For example,4:30 AM at Prana Newton and 4:45 AM at Prana Winchester.
We live 25 minutes from Prana Winchester and so I leave our house at 4 AM. There is no one on the road and that rocks – no traffic!
Something I've noticed is that when you are driving in the dark (and there are no lights on the highway like on 128 N) and no one is on the road it's kind of tricky. It's like you can't really exactly see where you're going because there's no one else there to keep you in line – in the lines. I know this sounds weird but it's true. And I was thinking. . . it's a metaphor for life. When you forge your own path and are the only one on it, it's awesome and cool and there's no traffic; however, it's a little disconcerting at times and difficult to see where you are going.