And Sarah’s life was a hundred years, and twenty years, and seven years, the years of Sarah’s life. Upon the passing of Sarah, the midrashim extoll the righteousness of her life. Rav Amital pointed out that while extraordinary things happened to Sarah, the Torah does not describe her as doing anything extraordinary. This teaches us that righteousness may be rare but to be righteous one does not need to do anything heroic or extraordinary. The Torah considers a person who lives an uneventful life and does what they’re supposed to do when they’re supposed to do it, as a person who lives a righteous life.