What should you be remembered for?
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What should you be remembered for?
10 Ways to be Remembered 100 Years From Now
- Don’t live for your legacy—live for your family.
- Find your passion.
- Defer short-term gratification for long-term satisfaction.
- Build other people up.
- Be an honorable person.
- Define your life in terms of giving rather than taking.
- Be authentic.
- Love your family.
How do you want to be remembered for?
There’s a beautiful quote that has been attributed to Maya Angelou: “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” Asking yourself “how do I want to be remembered” is another way of asking, “how do I want to make people feel?”
How do you want your loved ones to remember you?
Below are several ways you can remember and honor your loved one’s memory long after they have gone on.
- Celebrate your loved one’s birthday.
- Host a dinner in their honor.
- Get involved.
- Set up a permanent memorial and visit regularly.
- Create a memorial video/memory box.
- Create your own tradition.
- Visit special places.
How do you say you will be remembered?
Ways to Say ‘You’ll Always Be Remembered’ on a Headstone or Plaque
- “Lives forever in the memories we keep.”
- “You touched my heart.
- “My memory loves you.
- “Until I take my final breath, you will live in my heart.”
- “There are no goodbyes for us.
- “Too well loved to ever be forgotten.”
- “Always loving, always loved.”
What do you want your legacy answer?
I want my legacy to be that I cared about:
- My wife and kids.
- My family.
- My friends.
- My business partner.
- My work family.
- My clients.
- My community.
What do you want to be your legacy?
What is a word for wanting to be remembered?
Frequently Asked Questions About remembrance Some common synonyms of remembrance are memory, recollection, and reminiscence. While all these words mean “the capacity for or the act of remembering, or the thing remembered,” remembrance applies to the act of remembering or the fact of being remembered.
What do you want to be remembered for?
Well, a lot of things came to mind – some superficial, some pretty deep. But as I thought and thought and thought some more, there were really only two things that kept popping up. Two things that really mattered. At least for me… I want to be remembered for being a kind, compassionate person. I want to be remembered for helping others.
How will people remember you in your legacy?
Things publicized like educational goals, career advancements, and downfalls all make up other’s perceptions of your legacy. People will remember you by your successes in life as much as by your failures. In some cases, your failures often overshadow your successes depending on the impact they had on others’ lives.
Can you control how others Remember You?
Or, on the other hand, the simplest act of kindness on your part might’ve changed someone’s life for the better without you ever knowing. While you can’t control how others choose to remember you, you can decide how you live your life according to your truth, values, and principles. How your legacy or life’s story is remembered can be up to you.
What should you consider when considering your legacy?
When you have lived a life committed to helping those around you and in your community, you should bring special attention to this when considering your legacy. Some people give of themselves in very selfless ways and never take credit for their work.