Jill and the rest of us kept trekking through the valley.
We also kept being amazed by the power of nature and how it could split rocks and make cliffs that look impenetrable.
Incredibly, the cliffs weren’t as many people had built homes into them and lived there as you know.
These were somewhat different as they seemed to be much smaller and more concentrated than the other ones we’ve seen.
There was also a very big ant that was carrying around some food and was not going to be stopped by any humans getting in its way.
I was continually reminded how small we humans are while also noticing how much we can affect our surroundings for thousands of years.
It allows me to have perspective on my place in this world and this universe. Both in terms of how unimportant I am and how important I am.
It is something I teach to my clients: Every single choice you make means everything…or nothing. It is up to you to decide how you want to be thought of, remembered, or forgotten.
Because, sooner or later, we will all be forgotten and we will all be forgiven.
Sooner or later, there will be no one to remember us so live the life you want to live, try to do the best you can, and remember to forget.
Life really can be that simple.
It, like everything else you do, is a choice.