Walk to the nearest tree that will hold your weight and begin to climb. Climb as high as the strength of the branches allows. Proceeding slowly, moving about the circumference of the tree as needed, climb until you’ve reached the canopy. Imagine that you are gigantic. The tree is your body, extending into the ground. Prolong this feeling of hugeness by gazing at clouds, waving branches as though they were arms, considering people below as though rabbits or squirrels. The world is small, very small.