Life is stressful - I get that. I live that. I’m a member of the human race, facing the same trials and tribulations of daily living as the rest of you. Living in a well-populated urban/suburban area, I have experienced the surge in humanity that has brought more people, more vehicles, more movement from one place to another than was ever the case before.
One of the ways most of us get from point A to point B is in our vehicles. You, me and multiple others are seeking the shortest path from here to there with the least amount of grief in between. Well, guess what? Hundreds, thousands, even millions of others are using the same thought process as you are to get there.
If you are angry with your boss/spouse/neighbor/world in general, there’s a strong possibility you are carrying that aggression with you as you make your way through your day. That’s not an accusation as much as it is a commentary on the human condition. People let their frustration build up inside, until Vesuvius erupts and they spew their venom in some productive/counter-productive direction.
Don’t let that direction be anywhere on the road. Take your aggression out at the gym, dilute it in a meditation class, or talk to your shrink- just don’t inflict your misery on the innocent.
No one is out to get you - really!
Don’t assume that the other vehicles on the road - just because the outer shell is made of steel - is an inanimate object. There’s a person in every vehicle on the road (despite the notion of driverless cars) and that person is not the source of your life’s frustrations.
Be a kind and loving member of the human race - One of the first places you should remember that is when you’re behind the wheel.