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Flourish-Meant: You Were Meant to Live Abundantly


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Oct 8, 2021

Have you ever wondered if your life could serve as a positive influence? Leave a legacy, even?

We all create impressions and leave a mark upon others. Most of us remain unaware of the impact we might have upon those around us. Whether you're a parent, grandparent, mentor, or a member of the world community, you leave an impression upon those who encounter you. 

A smile or scowl proves just as contagious as a yawn. The perspectives we model can lift others closer to joy and freedom or tempt them into toxic mindsets. Do we encourage peace or suspicion? Judgment or grace? Fear or faith and love?

I've walked through stores and choked on the fragrances others left in their wake when they passed through the space before me. 2 Corinthians 2 suggests we leave a spiritual aroma with the legacy of our lives. 

We decide whether we suffocate, sour, or inspire with the influence we share. Now and after we've passed through this space into eternity.

Kathy Howard shares how we can craft our lives into a model for positive influence. Her Heirloom principles reveal the keys to creating a spiritual legacy from the way we choose to live each day.

Connect with Kathy Howard at https://www.kathyhoward.org/