The narrow path is supposed to be uphill, rocky and obstructed, so most ppl take the broad ones. It's easier, and it's human nature to like the easiest, shortest way to a destination. Those who take the narrow path learn more because of the difficulties they must endure. They have to figure out how to navigate it, there is no map.
ETA: I took the narrow path, and at times I wonder how far the ones on the broad path got. It's always fun until someone loses an eye... lol.
Well, can you at least tell some of them to speed up or find a slower lane and/or get off my path altogether, as I'm like an express train making up time lost due to taking too many fun-filled pit stops, in the past. LOL!