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Objects in your rearview mirror may appear closer than they seem. As far as today’s entry goes, truer words were never spoken-or in this case, poorly paraphrased. Looking at this image always takes me back to a reading I did once. As usual, the client was lovely, and the experience was illuminating for us both. At one point during our session, I saw the client in his car on an open road, his hands solidly grasping the wheel at ten and two. The quiet tree-lined street was lit by nothing more than a late afternoon sun. The picture was resplendent and warm – a very good sign as far as I was concerned. And yet, it felt ‘off.’ For one thing, although my client was facing forward, his attention was focused behind him – in his rearview mirror – instead of out at the road and what lie ahead. And two, he wasn’t moving.