So as you cycle along mostly traffic free routes or very minor roads, even though you may have considered some kind of destination (e.g. camp site, staying with people, a city or town, even a railway station), try to avoid the tendency to constantly check the time or the distance to your destination. Your destination is really often a place that you didn’t anticipate when you started. Once I was visiting my meditation group which was quite a distance, and I was hoping to put the folder in someone’s car for the return trip, but they were full. The host offered me a bed for the night. At first I declined as I hadn’t anticipated staying over, but I didn’t really need to go home for the night so I accepted. For me who often needs to be in control this felt really good.

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