What we need to practice is tolerance by the vehicle owners. Have patience and keep silent, even they blow horn or shout. It happens on the narrow streets. Keep smiling while you hear the horn blowing and mind your own business without minding their shouts and abuses.
No life without Sun
Many times when we have to wait for some time we get irritated and think that the others are wasting our time and start shouting on the others to be fast. But when we are at the counter we will not think that some people are behind us waiting for their turn. That is why people say we should get into the other person's shoes when we want to criticise them or comment on them.
But nobody will do that. On the other day, we were going in our car somewhere. On the road, an old man is slowly crossing the road. So my driver has to stop the vehicle and the vehicles behind us started blowing hots heavily thinking as if they are losing a lot of time. But I asked my driver to be patient and start back only after the old man crosses the road safely.
K Mohan @ Moga
'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease
Knowledge is power.
However, if they are excited, not necessarily I should behave in the similar way. Rather, analyse the situation and you should act accordingly.
Keep your Face to the SunShine
Now as the example stated that many times many people stop their cars in front of our house and alight from the car very slowly by their own time. I wonder how nobody questioned them while doing so. I wonder, Why you don't raise the question instead of waiting for others to raise a question? Even you are staying in the same place and it affects you, you can start it while others join you. Why is that we want others to raise the question when the same problem is faced by us and others.
As other members have commented that as the lane that you stay is narrow, these can be a normal scenario and one needs to have patience as this can happen with anyone so it is better to keep calm and handle the situation by making them understand that the people are old and cannot move fast. I think some people may remove their frustration in such a situation and when you can put forward the right response, they may understand and wait patiently.
“The most important thing in life is to learn how to give out love, and to let it come in." — Morrie Schwartz
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