After 120 years,I want to be remembered as a ba’alas midos but SPECIFICALLY in the midos I spend every living day trying to improve.
If the midos that test me most are what I will be admired for as an old Bubby,ESPECIALLY by my own children, I will consider my life to have been well lived.
And now,I must log off,and return to my real life!At least until tomorrow!
A loyal friend, and one who always tried to be optimistic, and be happy with the shefa I was blessed with. (But I’m not waiting for 120… I work on this goal every day!)
That, and the Bently parked in my driveway.
In the words of the immortal Woody Allen:
So, I can relate. I want to be remembered for not dying. 🙂
If you spelled Bentley wrong does that mean you don’t have one?:)Or do I have it wrong?(I did log off…and back on…)
I want it to be remembered that even tho i never married i lived life to the fullest and enjoyed each day.
The best wife and mother.
i second sacrileges answer
OK, this is an excellent exercise.
Someone wise once told me to think of the obituary or eulogy that you wished for yourself, then live your life in a way that someone will write that obituary or eulogy.
I would like to be remembered for my kindness and wisdom.
i agree with scrilege and blinky.. i wanna be remembered as a good mother, wife, daughter, sister, and friend.
i wanna be remembered as someone who was caring loving loyal and there for anyone whenever needed.