It saddens me that regardless of how positive you can be towards a person, how much you can go out of your way to help and appease them, they would rather overlook the goodness and remember the minor rotten aspects of your being instead.
This is a typical grave in the caves of the mountains surrounding the Tana Toraja valley. After a person’s death, the body is kept — often for several years — while money is saved to pay for the actual funeral ceremony. During the festival, which may last up to a week, ritual dances and buffalo fights are held, and buffaloes and pigs are slaughtered to ferry the soul of the deceased to the afterlife. The deceased is then finally buried either in a small cave, inside a hollow tree or even left exposed to the elements in a bamboo frame hanging from a cliff.