We’ve all heard the expression “life is a journey, not a destination.” Regardless of the direction we go, important choices are made along the way, and many of us seek guidance from trusted sources to help navigate safe passage. At a trail crossing deep in the woods of Maine, a simple wooden structure known as the map house affords shelter to hikers seeking inspiration for the path ahead. After surveying the wall-mounted trail guide, one rambler may choose a longer, easier, dirt road while another opts for a shorter, more strenuous route. As no two souls pursue life in the same manner, no two hikers follow the same path. In either case, a map helps navigate the way.