“The business of life is not the acquisition of assets, but the acquisition of memories and in the end that is all there is.”
Here is a question for you:
"If you just found out you have a terminal illness, what would you want to tell your child before you died?"
An uncomfortable question?
Well it is.
This lecture explores the ways in which our society gives us a false sense of time and stability.
And when we are confronted with how little time we may have left, we suddenly see things in a different perspective.
And we want our children to know how much we love them, and in what unique ways we love them.
This is our legacy we leave for them.