Leaving a Legacy

thought

 

What will your descendants inherit from you?

 

 

  • Money, lots of money!
  • Absolutely nothing, they must earn their own way
  • Family heirlooms loaded with memories

I come from a family with Huntington’s Disease. I didn’t inherit that defective gene. In that I am fortunate. And that’s better than money or property.

But we can leave something better than good genes.

We can leave behind a pathway paved with prayers.bless praying

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2 Responses to Leaving a Legacy

  1. I’ve got no family to leave anything to, and not much to leave anyone, except an example.

    If I can.

  2. You have a legacy — a rare and unique legacy, your insights on living with dying. And for that a big group of present readers and a larger group of future readers thank you.

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