The system with which we use for air travel is extremely laid back. We call 6am, the day of travel, to find out if the flight's leaving within the hour or perhaps in the next six hours. We're given a rough time estimate and we wait, as prepared as we can be, to get the 'go' call and are quickly whisked to the airport. In what feels like moments later, we're in the air.
Whether waiting in line, to get picked up or for someone to finally make that left turn at the lights, waiting is something that's generally seen as irritating; something to get through to get on with 'it'. This is your chance to shift perspective.
There's no interruption; all life is an opportunity for practice.
Wherever my travels may lead, paradise is where I am.