Sometimes when we're in a big hurry, we feel anxious and worried: what if we don't make it, what if we don't arrive on time. Rushing through life out of fear makes us a slave to time. At some point, we need to make our peace with the earth and come into agreement with a relaxed way of moving through time and space. There's a story of a man who is on a very slow moving train. The man becomes so upset at the slow pace of the train that he finally yells at the conductor, "Can't you go any faster!" The conductor says, "Yes, I can, but I'm not allowed to leave the train." We can probably all go faster, but will we be any happier? As Gandhi said, "There is more to life than increasing its speed."