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I write because I want to paint the world the way I see love should be. I write to provide a legacy. I write to make sense out of senselessness. I write knowing I will be killed by my own words, stabbed by critics, crucified by both misunderstanding and understanding. I write for the haters, the lovers, the lonely, the brokenhearted and the dreamers. I write because one day someone will tell me that my emotions were not a waste of time.
I write because God loves stories. I write because one day I will be gone, but what I believed and felt will live on.
Don’t Leave a Legacy; Live One
Something your hand touched some way so your soul has somewhere to go when you die. It doesn't matter what you do, so long as you change something from the way it was before you touched it into something that's like you after you take your hands away. We all want to matter to someone, to leave a mark. Writers just take those thoughts, feelings and desires and express them in such a way that the reader not only reads them but feels them as well. I am and not, I freeze and yet am burned, Since from myself another self I turned.
My care is like my shadow in the sun, Follows me flying, flies when I pursue it, Stands and lies by me, doth what I have done. If you fought, screwed, screamed, laughed, or otherwise experienced life intensely, for better or worse, you left a record.
Those who lived a quiet, well-behaved, well-tempered life? Gone without a trace. To reach out to people we'll never meet. It's the greatest legacy you could ever leave your children or your loved ones: The history of how you felt. We'd never see it.
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One of the primary goals in our lives should be to prepare for our last day. The legacy we leave is not just in our possessions, but in the quality of our lives. What preparations should we be making now? The greatest waste in all of our earth, which cannot be recycled or reclaimed, is our waste of the time that God has given us each day. Time steals the years, And your reflection in the mirror. While your skin became tired, Your heart became strong, The present became the past, And your memories like a song. Hence a truer measure in the final judgment of the nations.
Babylon violated diminishes Alexander; Rome enslaved diminishes Caesar; massacred Jerusalem diminishes Titus. People will remember how you live more than the details of your achievements. Loving our spouse and our children with commitment and enthusiasm is a legacy like no other. Love like your life depended on it it does. Even when we have nothing else to give, we still have love. Not a writer?
No problem. One All Pro Dad we know simply kept notes in the front of his Bible. Jot down key events like births, weddings, and signal achievements, along with a comment or two.
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When he passed away, it turned out to be priceless. Be an open book. Share your stories. Believe us when we say the kids prefer these even to Harry Potter , and the telling can become a conversation they value well into adulthood. Nothing communicates like authenticity. Share your failings as well as your triumphs. A legacy that speaks of transparency and an open spirit is a legacy that will benefit many generations.
We each live a story. As my journey developed so too did the content I was writing about. I heard from readers who said that I had helped them on their own stoma journey.
I do hope to keep my blog open after I die as a resource for others who needed guidance or support for future ostomates. Knowing my demographic is young people under 40, I knew the design of the magazine needed to reflect that. I wanted there to be articles to suit all arrays of ostomy life that could help someone navigate their life.
I felt that by starting an online magazine I could reach a greater audience and reach, by having everything collated to the one place means easier access to support needed, but also by having an online magazine it could mean people had better access to reading it globally.
I also hoped that I could find someone to take over the magazine when I died and someone I could entrust with the designing and to keep my legacy alive. Leaving a legacy, to me, means leaving behind a footprint that not only reminds the world that I existed, but leaves it a little better connected. I have been feeling upset at the thought of knowing that I will miss out on future milestones of my loved ones. I know I will miss their birthdays, weddings, graduations, birth of their first child and the list can go on.
So I am working on organising gifts and cards to be given out on their birthday. I worried it would be creepy if I gave out gifts after I had died but I do hope that it brings comfort to them during that time of their life to know just how much I love and care about them. I might not have a lot of money to leave as my legacy, but I am ready to leave behind a lot of love. I am known for my dad jokes but hoping these double as a way for me to continue giving my life-lessons-learnt-advice. I also gave my loved ones the option to tell me what they want me to leave for them and my sisters asked for a letter written by me along with professionals photos to cherish.
To bequeath means to leave or to will something to another.