Living Your Legacy & Inspiring Good

There is a truth that no one can deny, but would rather ignore exists. One that will never disappear, but we would like to ignore. One that we rarely think about, but that will unexpectedly remind us of its presence eventually.

THIS life is temporary.

It is true, but we tend to not acknowledge it, dare it steal our attention from the “more important things” consuming our lives at the time. No matter how much we want to ignore it, the fact of the matter remains, life is temporary. It is short. No matter how much living we do, the sand runs out faster than we anticipated.

When we acknowledge this truth we can take hold of the time we do have and make it count. We can make it last far beyond our time on earth. LEGACY. All our earthly possessions will rust and ruin, but our legacy is the one thing we can leave behind that will never disintegrate.

Live today the way you want to be remembered.

No matter what you are doing today, or any day, do it in the way you want to be remembered. Whether you are in the workplace enduring the 9 to 5, or in your home enduring tireless children, live out your legacy. Let your life today be known for love and joy and endurance. Life is like the morning fog- it’s here a little while, then it’s gone. 

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An Inspiring Good post by Dalayna Dillon

Dalayna is the founder of Kyrie Coffee and creator of She is a youth pastor by trade and Christ-follower at heart. She is passionate about impacting the world with the message of Jesus and inspiring change in lives and in the world however possible. Dalayna loves coffee, adventures, criminal shows, Taylor Swift, creating, growing, and people.

Talk with Dalayna on Twitter & Instagram: @dalaynalanee


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