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For most of us, social media has become an inseparable part of our lives. This is where we share many things with others -- such as our travel photos, the food we eat, the books we read, the causes we...
Every time I walk into my son's room, my eyes inevitably and instinctively go to his empty bookcase. Four years ago, at his request, we packed all the books away. All the British authors -- Enid Blyton, Charles Dickens, William Shakespeare -- and all the American authors -- J.D. Salinger and Mark Twain -- were gone, packed away with other classics."I'm done reading," he had told his dad and me.
At some point in life most of us tend to think about the answer to the question, "What is my personal legacy?" Usually, the first response tends to be around financial assets. After all, money does make the world go round. But are we all not endowed with several other assets in life? Assets that we want to hand down to future generations. Ever thought about what can be an integral part of your legacy?