A red light can be an invitation to stop and breathe, something we do so seldom in our hurried lives nowadays. So, next time you’re hurrying along, tempted to cross the street because there are no cars, honor that light and stop. See what happens if you focus on your breathing and turn this “annoyance” into a mini meditation.
Why do pedestrians not stop at red lights? What is so important in their lives that they can’t have a few seconds or a minute to stand and breathe? Is it really worth risking their life?