13 Jun Car Shui
This past week I bought a new car. The car I was currently driving, although I loved it, was going to require some major work—-in my opinion, not worth the investment. Finding an appropriate car for me can be an ordeal. I won’t drive just anything, mind you. Most of my friends say something like “It’s just a car” or “What’s the big deal?” Well, not me. My car holds a lot of importance in my world; that has been true even BFS (before Feng Shui)—-as far back as I can remember I took great pleasure in driving a spiffy car. My motto is: If I’m not looking good in my car, then something’s wrong. When I get out of my car at the grocery store, or post office, or anywhere, and someone (a stranger preferably) says “nice car,” then I’ve got the right automobile for me. We could analyze why that has so much importance to me and what could be lacking in my life to desperately seek that kind of approval from strangers. But we won’t.