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Legacy
Updated:  01/23/2022
   

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1 Erroll Brown
Revised:
07/07/2021
2 Bruce Melnick
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07/10/2021

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Your legacy includes how you'll be remembered and what you're doing right now to influence the future of others. Whether you know it or not, you're already building your legacy. Each word, action, value, priority, and choice is forming your legacy.

 

Legacy is an interconnection across time, with a need for those who have come before us and a responsibility to those who come after us. Legacy is fundamental to what it is to be human. Research shows that without a sense of working to create a legacy, adults lose meaning in their life.

 

  


 

ORIGIN OF LEGACY

   Middle English legacie office of a deputy from Old French from Medieval Latin lēgātia from Latin lēgātus past participle of lēgāre to depute, bequeath leg- in Indo-European roots

 

From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

 

From Old French legacie, from Medieval Latin legatia, from Latin lēgātum, participle of lēgō.

 

From Wiktionary