We’ve spent the last two days at Barrett Jackson and every time I go to a big car event I feel good about this community we get to be a part of.
So many people following and pursuing something they are passionate about.
Whether it’s an old Bronco or a brand new Ferrari or a random old Honda Civic – there is somebody at the event amped up about it.
The people appreciate the work we do at Maxlider and the passion we put into our builds.
There is a general mutual admiration and respect even when they aren’t into Broncos or we aren’t that into Honda Civics.
I’m grateful for the little part we get to play in this great community.
In life it is easy to focus on our differences and to pick apart others who don’t see the world the way we do.
But it’s better when we can instead appreciate those differences and encourage others to pursue their own path.
Cars and trucks are an easy way to bridge those gaps and appreciate those differences. We can find ways if we look for them.
Make it a great day.
PS – In case it isn’t clear there is also some wisdom to be applied here. If someone else’s idea of a good time is stealing, we probably shouldn’t encourage that. We should lock our doors and report them to the police. Our deepest values need to remain steadfast and unwavering.