• Every person will pass away eventually, and every memory of all that ever was will fade away at some point in time. Many years from now, the Earth will be swallowed by the Sun, as it's nuclear fuel starts to burn out. Before then, every trace of humankind will fade away, except for a handful of space satellites drifting through space with no hope of ever being found. But time, like space, is a vast empty void with a few very interesting locales, and we are lucky enough to exist within part of the most interesting window of spacetime, and whatever you do here is what it is, and gets to be experienced by our contemporaries, regardless of how long it lasts or how wide-reaching it goes.
    • A good apple
      Not at all biblically accurate.. not even every person will pass away
    • Archie Bunker
      Everyone dies, Rose. Death is inevitable for all of us.
    • Linda Joy
      Physical, not spiritual.
  • Raise my kids the right way. Everything else is irrelevant.
  • I don't need a good memory of myself. Its not about me. My goal was to raise my son as a righteous law abiding citizen. I did not have that as an example in my own life and I was not a good example of that until I joined The Church. I did my best, but he didn't always learn what I taught right away. However, I believe in the end both will be accomplished, but not by me. Its his choice. I wanted this not for myself, but for his own happiness.

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