Where Is Your Heart

Recently, there was a bad car accident out on one of the local highways.  It wasn’t the typical busy big city main highway, but certainly busy compared to some.  The vehicle had swerved off the side of the road, over-corrected, swerved back to the opposite side of the road, hitting the guardrail causing it to flip over on its roof.

Lots of cars slowed down, and moved out of the way.  The cars were certainly diligent in cooperating together to uniformly move out of the way, forming a single file line in the opposite lane to get safely by.  Every single driver curiously looked at the accident as they passed by.  Most shook their head in disbelief, and pity.  Many shook their head in sadness for whoever was in the car.  Some drove by with simple curiosity.  One person driving by even sent up a prayer to God.

After what seemed like dozens of minutes having passed, all the cars were gone and the roadway was quiet once again except for the sound of a hissing radiator and one of the tires still rattling in a spin.

 

People went home, ate dinner, played with the kids, folded laundry, and told their spouses and friends about the sad accident they had seen earlier on the way home.  Everyone was curious what the outcome was; what the cause was…  Everyone was concerned for whoever might have been in the vehicle. Continue reading