Early one morning last December, I was driving near my home when I came upon a young man walking in the road. I mean he was walking in the center of the road. I pulled up next to him, rolled down my window and asked, “Were you taught to walk in the middle of the road?” He replied gruffly, “No.” I responded with, “Then why start now?” As I pulled away, I glanced in my mirror and saw that he’d moved to the left side of the road.
I could tell by the fellow’s tone that he wasn’t happy that I’d stopped to correct him. But he did take my advice and move to the safe side of the road. I believe that there are many others that, when questioned, will change what they are doing and choose to …