Family. Just the mention of that word will elicit warm, fond and joyful memories and thoughts or anger and pain. There is no other word which has that kind of effect on our soul. Family. It’s where we are shaped and our earliest memories of life are deposited into our development bank account. The impact of those early days on how we developed later in life is significant. This is why the kinds of questions that we will answer in this weeks Leaving Your Legacy journal will either be fondly recalled or hard to bring to the surface of our minds.
What do your children know about you as a kid, what did you do when you were their age? Join us on the journey to leave a legacy of our lives to our children, before we are just a memory. Time to leave a memory that matters.
What will you leave your children when you leave this earth? Will it really matter? Solomon feared leaving riches to foolish heirs. Can you really leave something more important than money? How about a piece of yourself? Join the DadPad and start a project that will conclude with you leaving something much more valuable than money or material things.
If this is the first day you’ve stopped by the DadPad and noticed we’re into Day 4 of the Father’s Day challenge, don’t leave. You can start at any time or just go back to the previous blog posts and decide which one(s), if any, you want to do. The idea is simply to be […]
On the surface, it’s kind of a sobering thought to envision that day when you will be eulogized or talked about by others in the past tense. Yet, there will be a day when we will all be a memory to someone. So, Bryan, Erin and Jaclyn, I know one day you’ll share the life and times (both the good and challenging) Abramovitz family with your family and friends. When the sun sets on my life and I’m ushered into the arms of Christ, in addition to the outrageous, frustrating, and sometimes dramatic memories we shared together, I simply hope you remember that…: