There was a white SUV sitting across the two lanes. I stopped as did every other car. It looked as if the driver was trying to cross or reverse back into a gas station. I didn't know what was wrong because the driver was doing neither.
So I went around as did all of the other cars. As I passed, I saw that the driver was a woman and she was hysterically crying. My heart sunk. My first instinct was to pull over and help her, not knowing what was wrong. But, the flow of traffic did not allow for this. Had I stopped, I would have most surely been hit.
I drove away really torn up about seeing this women crying but more so, I was racked with guilt for not doing anything.
I started to pray for her and continue to do so as I write this.
Blessings to the woman in the white SUV.
"A sunbeam to warm you,
A moonbeam to charm you,
A sheltering angel so nothing can harm you."
- Irish Blessing