I consciously create the legacy I wish to leave.
I act in harmony with how I wish to one day be remembered.
How we remember someone when they leave this world is largely the result of how they lived. We are remembered for our words and our deeds. It is not the selfish, intolerant and cruel who are remembered as heroes, saints and humanitarians. While no one should live their life worrying about what others think, it can be a nice wake up call to stop and ask, “What do I want to be remembered for when my time here is done?” If the answers are in harmony with how we’re now living, then who we are and how we want to be thought of are aligned. If they are not, it’s never too late to begin living the legacy we desire to leave. It’s not too hard either. To be remembered as a gentle warrior for love, gently love. To be remembered as a shooting star, work toward your dreams. To be remembered as authentic, be yourself.