The blizzard of '75 ... the mountains ... the ocean ... a graduation ... a treasured wedding ...
No doubt you can create your own list of memorable things. "BIG" things are easy to remember.
But what about the little things? What would those BIG things be without them?
~ the individual, unique snowflakes of a blizzard
~ the individual grains of sand that build a mountain
~ the individual drops of water that create an ocean
~ the minutes in the hours of study/preparation that result in graduation
~ the small glances, interchange, exchange of emotions that lead to a wedding
What would we do without the 31,536,000 seconds that make a year?
Likewise, your health is the result of many "little" things. The air you breathe, for example, is the result of breathing in roughly 25 sextillion molecules every time you take a breath at standard room temperature. That's 25 with 21 zeroes behind it!!
How important that those molecules are as clean as possible. If they are polluted, it can result in physical effects on all of the tiny cells that make up your airways ... allergy, asthma, difficulty breathing, etc.
Do little things matter? Absolutely!!!