In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Don’t You Forget About Me.”

what kind of legacy do i want to leave the world:

the more and more i think about, the more i want a legacy of Love which to me is worth more than money, more than power, more than being well-known or famous. maya angelou was right: people don’t forget how you make them feel. the words can’t go where the love is-they just don’t do it justice. so i want my legacy to be that the people in my life are better for knowing me because of the love i show them. and that’s gotta be all from God working through me. so it’s really a prayer for how i want to live this life.


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