WHAT IF WE TREATED DRIVING
LIKE WE TREAT THE ARTS?
Mobia Boros and the two color ability of graphs of even degree
We'd assume that people were either born to drive or not. We'd wait and see if, as children, they started driving on their own, if they had talent and a calling. If they did, we would be careful not to interfere with their talent and possibly suppress it.
We would make sure to encourage only those who seemed they'd be able to drive professionally. We'd pay some of them millions of dollars to drive and lavish them with fame; others we would refuse to support, encouraging them to do something more useful for society.
On location at Rialto Beach, Olympic National Park Sept. 1995
Everyone else would assume that they would never be able to drive and would just stand on the sidewalks and watch the traffic. At least the ozone layer would be in better shape.
"The Creative License--
Giving yourself permission to be the artist you truly are"
by Danny Gregory