"Legacy is not leaving something for people. It's leaving something in people.” - Peter Strople
When planning our legacy, we often think about what tangible things we can leave for our children and future generations. We accumulate wealth, property, and possessions in the hope that our loved ones will benefit from them long after we’re gone.
But what if there is a more impactful way to leave a legacy for our children? What if we could give them something that would last longer than any material thing we could ever provide?