I leave you with the third simple, but potentially most powerful, thought: We are not cyclists, nor drivers, nor pedestrians, nor runners. We are people first, who just happen to be using our muscles or machines to move around. We are moms and dads, aunts and uncles, sisters and brothers. Imagine how more pleasant and safe our roads would be if we realized we aren't surrounded by strangers but relatives or friends we just haven't met yet. If you believed that the other person sharing the road with you may be a friend or perhaps even a co-worker, might you behave differently when driving by them?