Each person leaves a legacy -- a single, small piece of herself, which makes richer each individual life and the collective life of humanity as a whole.
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Are You Living Your Eulogy Or Resume?

Are You Living Your Eulogy Or Resume?

Dec 4, 2013-- Author, Ray Bradbury, once said that everyone must leave something behind -- something our hands have touched in such a way that it leaves a place for our souls to go when we die. This is the truest reflection of our legacy -- that our spirit remains in these things long after we're gone. For some, a eulogy is the first and only time their life's impact has been celebrated. "Eulogies aren't resumes," writes David Brooks,"They describe the person's care, wisdom, truthfulness and courage." So, why do we spend so much time on that which our eulogy is not? Author, Arianna Huffington, explores the concept of the "Third Metric" in this brilliant piece on living life to the fullest, and most relevant, measure. (50826 reads)


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