Death is not something I think about often. But I do place my hope in an eternal home with my Lord and Savior. Have you given much thought to what type of legacy you hope to leave behind?
I took a 30 day course(well I started it but didn’t actually finish it) on journaling by Joseph Peck and the quote he gave from Jim Rohn led me to think about legacy in all new way. According to Rohn, you have three key treasures to leave the next generation:
- your journal-write out the ideas, inspirations, and revelations you have picked up on your life journey
- your library-pass on the books that were instrumental in shaping your life
- your photos– take the time to capture the moments of your life.
Are you incorporating each of these areas as part of your legacy? If you had to pick your top books to leave behind as a part of your legacy which would you pick?