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Leaving a Legacy

Posted by Melanie Esterhuyse on 13 September 2021 11:45 AM CAT
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What does it mean to leave a legacy?
It means putting a stamp on the future and making a contribution to future generations. People want to leave a legacy because they want to feel that their life mattered. Leaving a personal legacy involves more than the finacial assets you bestow on the younger generation. A lasting legacy is one that inspires, equip and allow others to continue to advance.

In this interview with local Land Artist, Erika Lüttich, she shares her insights on this subjects. Enjoy watching: https://youtu.be/-GOhQ-KEaz4

#hexlappies #beinspired #locallegacy #hexrivervalley

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