What you do now becomes your legacy. (Barbara Ridley, businesswoman)
We often don’t think of our legacy until we begin to consider end-of-life circumstances and what we might leave to our heirs. Even then, we’re mostly concerned about material possessions. What are more important, however, are the intangible assets we pass on: shared memories and experiences, lessons of integrity and incentive. What legacy are you leaving your children?
A good name is more desirable than great riches; to be esteemed is better than silver or gold (Proverbs 22:1).