Recently, I came across this quote and loved it. I can easily lose sight of what - or who - truly matters sometimes.
I went to my grandmother's nursing home recently and truly thought about this quote. It's so true. The residents care most about visitors. The women don't care about how clean their houses were, how organized they were, how many homemade meals they were able to make, or how much they weighed. The men don't care about how important their jobs seemed, how many tools they had in their shed, how much they could bench press, or how well they could dominate on the football field, basketball court, etc etc.
They care about people.
So I'm trying to remind myself of this when I become obsessive over things that really don't matter and build the best relationships I possibly can.