These past few years, I've experienced some major life changes, thus it has caused me to consider the legacy that I'll leave behind when I'm no longer in the physical. Recently, I've come to a few realizations when examining legacy. Read on to discover these realizations.
Why am I fascinated with discovering the legacy that I'll leave behind when I'm no longer in the physical? When does this thinking become self-serving? Will the legacy that I'll leave behind when I'm no longer in the physical have more to do with other people's interpretations than my own?
If you were to google search, Legacy, it may come up as leaving behind a lump sum of money or an inheritance, until you dig deeper into its meaning. This is one example and it's very telling of what society puts a high value on. Simply put, legacy means making an impact that will live on when you're no longer in the physical: Will it be financial? Will it be with what you create? Will it be with what you post? Will it be through the people you touch? Ask yourself these questions and then actively create a legacy that rings true to your life purpose.
At some point in reflecting on the legacy that I'll leave behind when I'm no longer in the physical, I thought to myself that this thinking is ego-based. Therefore, I stopped reflecting on it altogether and continued living a life of truth that I'll be proud of once I'm no longer in the physical and that's when I had an epiphany. That's exactly what legacy entails!
The EGO is designed to protect and elevate us — We must MASTER the EGO.
By examining legacy, it made me realize how many positive contributions that I'll leave behind for future generations. Therefore, try not to consume your mind with thoughts on the legacy that you'll leave behind when you're no longer in the physical and just continue living a life of truth that you'll be proud of once you're no longer in the physical.
People will remember us for different reasons and that's okay. I would prefer that they will remember me for my positive attributes and contributions, but if they don't that's okay too — I'm a multidimensional being!