Get old sharing the things you believe are most important. (Arthur C. Brooks, author & public speaker)

As we grow older, we sometimes wonder what our legacy will be; how will we be remembered by our family, friends, and associates? Brooks suggests, “Excellence is always its own reward, and this is how you can be most excellent as you age.” If we share what is important to us while we still have influence with others, we will most likely be remembered well.

Those who are righteous will be long remembered. . . . Their good deeds will be remembered forever. Psalm 112:6, 9)