Choosing Legacy

When you think about legacy, what do you think of?

References in classic literature often refer to legacy in the context of finances, as though a person’s life’s value is based on the money they’ve amassed. A person dies and his beneficiaries inherit a financial legacy. For example, “After my mother’s death, all was to come to me except a legacy of three hundred pounds that I was then to pay my brother.” – Bleak House by Charles Dickins, (Continue Reading at Writing Life Matters –  here, it’s where I’m blogging this week)

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