“The road to the store” is a simple incomplete sentence that Richard Ross kept typing over and over while sitting alone in a cubicle somewhere lost in a postmodern work place.
 
Why did he type it? 
 
What did it mean?
 
It seemed an easy statement that flowed as he typed. At first, it had no meaning at all. It was just the words; “the road to the store”, “the road to the store”. Over and over, he typed them.
 

“The road to the store”.

What could that mean?

We go to the store to get what we want, and need.

As in life, we work towards something; some end that we want, need, or hope to accomplish.

In life, we are on a road to a store.

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