I am less interested in leaving a legacy and more interested in witnessing a legacy unfold. (BobLupton, philanthropist)
Caring parents plan carefully to leave tangible properties to their heirs. More than that, they want to leave a legacy of integrity and trust that their children and friends can be proud of. Lupton wants us to think a little further. It would be more rewarding if we could see a wholesome legacy of such non-tangibles as integrity and kindness developing in our heirs.
Satisfy the hunger of your treasured ones. May their children have plenty, leaving an inheritance for their descendants (Psalm 17:14).