Why I Ride the Metro Backward

Siobhan Benitez

Siobhan Benitez

After growing up near Kennett Square, PA, the Mushroom Capitol of the World, Siobhan knew she would always live in a bustling capitol city. She earned a B.A. in Theology, History, and Classics at Mount St. Mary's University and an M.A. in Theology (specializing in Systematics) at Villanova University. Now she lives in Washington, D.C. with her wonderful husband where she is still getting used to living with a boy, right down to playing video games and watching football. When she's not hanging out with him or reading novels, she uses her spare time to earn a PhD in Moral Theology at the Catholic University of America.

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4 thoughts on “Why I Ride the Metro Backward”

  1. ” … If I am facing forward, I might see such-and-such university ahead, or a cute little coffeeshop, and I might want to go there but the Metro might not pass directly by them.”
    And you might see the proverbial person beset by robbers that was passed by
    holy people; and you might see a Samaritan ministering as you fly by with no
    time to stop as ” your present becomes (your) past.”

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  3. Riding backwards is probably safer if there is an accident. The seat will restrain you rather than letting you be thrown forward.

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