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Traffic jams as psychology lesson

Courtesy: PK, Trainers forum

The order in which the lines are maintained in this traffic jam is like a bit of art. This is the western discipline that I admire. In contrast look at the mess we create and endanger each other and block each other's way - in the post & pic Traffic jams and love - below. Photo: The order in which the lines are maintained in this traffic jam is like a bit of art. This is the western discipline that I admire. In contrast look at the mess we create and endanger each other and block each other's way - in the post & pic Traffic jams and love - below.

Photo: Traffic jams and love - there is an undisputable coonnection I once read an American short story about a young man telling his father that if only he could find just enough time with his girl, he would make her agree to marry him. She had so many appointments and admirers that it was impossible to be alone with her for than a few minutes. It seems she was so busy that time were allotted and he had received a free slot to be in the taxi with her on xxzz date and time to accompany her to the station. As luck would have it they got stuck in a traffic jam, and he was able to propose in calmness and win the girl (my personal comment here: HA!) What he did not know was that the traffic jam was engineered by his father and he paid good money for it as became obvious when the gentleman who organised all those vehicles to crowd he street came to collect his fee. About the pic - notice the scooterists wedging themselves between cars, leaving no space to manoeuvre and the bus in red going in the opposite direction. This is Indian thinking at its practical best.

I once read an American short story about a young man telling his father that if only he could find just enough time with his girl, he would make her agree to marry him. She had so many appointments and admirers that it was impossible to be alone with her for than a few minutes. It seems she was so busy that time were allotted and he had received a free slot to be in the taxi with her on xxzz date and time to accompany her to the station. As luck would have it they got stuck in a traffic jam, and he was able to propose in calmness and win the girl (my personal comment here: HA!) What he did not know was that the traffic jam was engineered by his father and he paid good money for it as became obvious when the gentleman who organised all those vehicles to crowd he street came to collect his fee.

Thanks and Regards
PK(Pradeep Kr Maheshwari)

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