”... let us strip off and throw aside every encumbrance (unnecessary weight) and that sin which so readily (deftly and cleverly) clings to and entangles us, and let us run with patient endurance and steady and active persistence the appointed course of the race that is set before us”
“Wait for green,” the traffic sign read.
As opposed to what? I wondered. Doesn't every licensed driver know to wait for green before venturing through the intersection?
“Beware of aggressive drivers,” the next sign also caught my attention.
What? They have to post a sign for this? Where I come from the signs read, “Beware of deer crossing.” But aggressive drivers? What state is this?
I was traveling through Pennsylvania and New Jersey when I spotted those signs, so I’m not sure which one gets the credit. But I do know which state gets the credit for the sign I read this week—it’s where I come from, my own beloved Maryland.
“Use caution. Stay in lane.”
Perhaps I’m missing something, because again as opposed to what? Doesn't every driver know that?