Every day I have a journey. By train, by bus, by bike, by foot, sometimes by car. I sometimes wish that transporter technology so I can spend less time in transit and more time doing the important things – playing with my kids, cleaning the house, working, sleeping, what have you. But until the technology to split me apart at the molecular level and deliver me somewhere else instantaneously arrives, there will always be the journey. So I make the best of it – read a book, listen to music, enjoy the scenery, and look around at my fellow pilgrims on the journey, appreciate their humanity, and hold them in prayer.