Walking with someone

yesterday I took my father to see the new Bond movie. As we walked to and from the theatre I noticed again his frame of walking is lacking awareness to the needs of others. For example if he turns a corner he will not leave you a space to turn too or sway enough if there is an obstruction on the ground for you to keep walking side by side and the other will have to bypass and so on. Developing this sensitivity is a good thing since it gives you better understanding of space and it is good to think of someone else for a change even in the most basic things. 

One thought on “Walking with someone

  1. Yes! I practice this when pushing a shopping cart for my wife while she is shopping. She stops unexpectedly, turns partway into aisles, or reverses suddenly for something she forgot. Sometimes the cart won’t fit down the same aisle she’s walking in… etc.


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