Why hurry…

In his weekly column "Max's Column" for TBmagazine, Maxim Behar talks about the difficulties and changes in the Bulgarian economy and business and the only force that counts - experience.

I have no idea why we are all in a constant rush. In the morning, when we go to work, at noon, when we try to find some time for ourselves, and in the evening when we can't wait to get to a nice place. We feel like we are always behind and must always be in a hurry. This undoubtedly causes aggression, which hides enormous dangers.

I often think about that early in the morning, at traffic intersections while waiting for the coveted green light to turn on. I can't help but wonder at the rushing "suicidal drivers" – they drive in the oncoming traffic, flash all possible lights and signals at you, and only by the movement of their lips can you recognize who exactly they are mentioning if you happen not to give away your legitimately occupied spot. And this can no longer be called "rushing" - it's simply endangering many people's lives. Although, these people would keep calling it "rushing", until they are forced to slow down much more than they would have caught up without this senseless aggression.

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