Tag Archives: traffic fatalities

Remembrance For Road Traffic Victims

Yesterday I observed the World Day of Remembrance for Road Victims with a special meditation on suffering. The unofficial holiday began as a European Federation of Road Traffic Victims in 1995. A decade later, the Remembrance was adopted by the … Continue reading

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Traffic Victims Remembrance Day

One day, during the noon hour, my friend Wayne was “bumped” by a car as he walked across a downtown street. The driver hadn’t noticed Wayne until it was too late to avoid knocking him down. My friend was transported … Continue reading

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Impaired Driving Prevention Month

Whenever I attend a party, I’m usually the designated driver.  It’s the least I can do for my friends. I’m not trying to be a hero or special, I do it so I can have a clear conscience and sleep peacefully … Continue reading

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Cost-Benefits’ Fatal Flaw

On August 10, 1978, two sisters and their cousin were traveling on U.S. Highway 33 near Goshen, Indiana in a 1973 Ford Pinto.  A van collided with the rear of their car. The Pinto’s fuel tank leaked gasoline with the … Continue reading

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