Will Your Legacy Be?
There is more to leaving one's legacy than simply the
giving of money or belongings. What is often
most important is the passing to the next
generation the memory of
those who meant so much to us, to our children,
grandchildren, et al.
Such a legacy
our family today and tomorrow who is and was
most important to us. It tells everyone that
will see and listen not only about them, but it also
say to everyone who we are and what is in our soul,
how we loved our family. The memory we leave
often not only
reflects what has happened in our own life, but
also what we believe in and how we have chosen
to live our life.
the Museum of Family History, we have a program, "What Will My Legacy Be?,"
where we welcome public participation. We feel that it is important to be remembered, that it
is a blessing. By the giving our love
through our efforts to preserve our family's
history, we are handing down our family's
collective memory, from one
generation to the next. At the Museum, their
existence is given its due import, not only
through your words you express so eloquently, but
also through the display on our museum walls of
some of your most precious family photographs,
as well as through personal audio tributes
created by those of you who often have kind words to
say about someone dear to them.