Ordinary Moments That Will Change the Way You View the World (and Yourself)
When it comes to shaking up your point of view, Sue Fliess has found that no source of inspiration is too insignificant. While heading to the grocery store one morning, I stopped at a light near an old Chevy sorely in need of a paint job. There was a teenager at the wheel, blaring music with the windows down. Her bumper was scuffed. One taillight was crushed. But she didn't seem to mind.