Commuting is a no-man’s land between home and work, and back again. It can vary from being only a few minutes a day for some, as they navigate their way to the home office, to several hours for others, as they sacrifice time in their day to travel. It can be spent walking, cycling, driving, riding a train or a bus, or even by plane
Commuting can be productive, it can be soulless, it can be lonely, it can be wasted; it is a thoroughly modern phenomenon, with no recourse to scripture or ancient dogma that might shed light on its place in a spiritual life.
Commuting is when I do a lot of my thinking. And sometimes I share those thoughts here.