It’s a rare person
Who doesn’t want to leave their mark
In this world.
yes. and lovely –
Thank you Beth 🙂
What does it say?
It’s names and things people have carved into caves over the years.
I’d love to meet that rare person. 🙂
Me too. 😉
Isn’t that the truth–from the beginning of time. ❤ ❤ ❤
I know I’m one of them.
Fortunately, most want to leave a mark or legacy that helps the world, some at least don’t want their mark to harm it, and only a relatively few want to make their mark by hurting the world. I’m grateful the number of builders versus destroyers is so great.
I love that last line Russ!
So true Colleen!
I do it with my blog 😉
Leaving a mark upon my family will mean they carry themselves with respect for themselves as well as caring towards others. This would be more than enough, Colleen. Those grandies (yours, mine, other’s. . .) are such sweeties, they are working their way already upon others. ❤
When I go to the Huntington Botanical Gardens and see how people have scratched their names in the bamboo gardens I wonder what that urge is really all about! I’m content to know that my family will carry on my “mark”–I don’t need to carve it somewhere. LOL!
We have many state parks around here, caves and caverns, and names and dates from hundreds of years ago. Carved in stone and in trees. I will admit that I am transported (via imagination) to those times and the person carving their name. I’ve never wanted to do that…. but I wonder about the people’s who’s lives in such a miniscule way…cross paths with mine, centuries later.
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