Our Ancestors tell us that we can easily get caught up in the "me" and "I" moments of life. They remind us that each generation needs to find something that has a greater meaning and that will be the long, lasting legacy that the children and grandchildren and later generations will find and hold with respect.
Our Ancestors encourage us to find something that is bigger than ourselves, to do, and to work with. Many use some kind of volunteer work to begin the journey to go beyond one's self.
What speaks to you that takes you outside of the concept of "me"?