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Lions Roar : July 2015
ROLL WITH ME for a moment. I’m cruising through Oakland in my low-rider. It’s a Chevy, matte black, and—most impor- tantly—it has a bench seat, so my beloved is snugg’ed up under my arm. The stereo is wailing some oldies. I think in the particular moment I’m recalling here it was “Daddy’s Home,” by Shep and the Limelites. It’s one of those slow Sundays that paints everything beauti- ful. I guess the moment got away from me as I floated from kind awareness to kinda awareness and found myself rolling... through a stop sign. There’s dude coming the other way, and at the last minute he turns in front of me, so we come super-close to crashing. He immediately jumps out and starts flashing on me about the stop sign. I start arguing back that he didn’t have his blinker on. It gets pretty heated. That’s when my sweety reaches over to me, puts her hand on my knee, and whispers: “Honey, he’s just scared.” In that moment I checked myself and realized: I was too. It looked like were both mad, but we were both scared. We were basically arguing about who was more scared. I immediately apologized, turned the music back on, and floated away, knowing myself a little better. VINNY FERRARO is a senior trainer at Mindful Schools, based in Emeryville, California. A Close One Remember to cool your engine, advises VINNY FERRARO. SHAMBHALA SUN JULY 2015 69