Scientists have engineered the ideal driving companion. She is your GPS, the consummate copilot without attitude. She holds lessons for all of us.
She doesn’t give snippy commands and lacks harpy voice inflection that suggests disapproval. She is an Eckert Tolle disciple, living “The Power of Now,” enjoying the ride without reflecting back on time-consuming detours and unproductive dead ends.
Recent technological upgrades have eliminated her annoying habit of announcing “recalculating” when turns are missed. Now, her velvety voice maintains its pleasant tone, making internal route adjustments without pointing out driver error.
It helps to have good car-ma when the pilot takes a wrong turn or passes the coveted parking spot. Remember the benefits of that non-judgmental velvety voice when navigating love and relationships.
Julie and Jennie