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Lesson from a Jumping Spider

Try as you might, you cannot focus your gaze on the windshield of your car and drive at the same time. That is unless you want to end up in a ditch or smashing into a tree. It’s an either-or situation so it’s not easy keeping an eye on the little jumping spider holding on to the windshield in the center of my vision while cruising down the highway at 70 mph.

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Writer and artist. Published over 150 essays, stories, and articles in 20+ publications and recognized as a Top Writer in History, Science, and Space.

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Writer and artist. Published over 150 essays, stories, and articles in 20+ publications and recognized as a Top Writer in History, Science, and Space.

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