Traffic jams and potholes in our towns and cities at the moment are causing so much stress and frustration that even playing Buddhist meditation music in the car while driving won’t help reduce our blood pressure.
Everywhere we go, we currently face these obstacles on a daily basis – and it doesn’t seem to be improving any day soon.
Even if we use public transport, the same challenges are faced. It’s got to the point that I’m now all for ‘by pass roads’ more so than ever before.
Congestion and poorly maintained highways are now among the biggest complaints that our local authorities are faced with, yet the solution to the problems are a long way off.
As for me and the town of Ammanford, the congestion issue is almost grinding the roads into the town to a halt at times and a huge risk to road safety.
I wonder how the Dalai Lama would deal with this?