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When I’m gone, what will I be remembered for? By Duru Eunice Adaku

When I’m gone, what will I be remembered for? By Duru Eunice Adaku

The statement, “One day you will call or text me thinking I am offline, but I am actually dead” is a sobering reminder of the inevitability of death. It is a reminder that we are all mortal beings and that our time on this earth is limited. It also raises the question, what will we be remembered for when we are gone?

This is a thought-provoking question that we should all consider. When we think about the people who have made a significant impact on our lives, we remember them for the good things they did, the positive impact they had on us, and the legacy they left behind.

Therefore, we should all strive to leave a positive impact and impression on the people we encounter in our daily lives. We should aim to be the kind of people that others will remember for our kindness, generosity, and the love we shared with them.

It’s essential to live every day like it’s our last because we never know when our time will come. We should use our time to do the things that matter most to us, to spend time with the people we love, and to make a positive impact on the world around us.

One way to leave a lasting legacy is to be intentional about the kind of person we want to be and to live our lives accordingly. We should be kind and compassionate to those around us, offer help when we can, and treat others with respect and dignity.

We can also make a positive impact on the world through our work or our passion. We can use our talents, skills, and resources to make a difference in the lives of others, to contribute to our communities, and to leave a lasting impact on the world.

Just one day you will text me thinking I am offline, but I am actually dead” it is a reminder of the inevitability of death and the importance of living our lives to the fullest. We should all strive to leave a positive impact on the world, to be remembered for the good things we did, and to leave a lasting legacy that inspires others to do the same. So let’s start today, and let’s make every day count.

Duru Eunice Adaku
23/04/2023

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