Passing on Cherished Values
 in a Values-Starved World



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First American Woman to
                           Summit Mt. Everest



  Legacy: “As a loving mother, wife and friend, a...
Discoverer of The Titanic




 Legacy: “As an explorer. Our society tends to think
explorers are people you read about in ...
Legendary Educator




  Legacy: “I want my students to tell their children
about what they learned from me. How I gave th...
Ethical Dissenter




Legacy: “Courage is contagious. I’d be happy to be a link
 in that chain of examples who helped peop...
Founder of First, Non-Profit
                    Pharmaceutical Company




Legacy: “Someone who had the courage and visio...
Pioneer Civil Rights Leader




 Legacy: “As a non-registrant in peace-time draft, my
work with the Congress of Racial Equ...
Only Hispanic-American
                     U.S. Ambassador (Honduras)




  Legacy: “I would like to be remembered as a k...
Hero & Survivor of Collapse
                       of One World Trade Center




Legacy: “He lived his life well and he di...
Former Schizophrenic,
                       Now Physician & Researcher




 Legacy: “I would like to be remembered for th...
First Female Commercial
                      Airline Pilot & Captain




Legacy: “I weaved the winds of change, chance an...
Ethical Dissenter




Legacy: “A man of principle”
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How do you want to be remembered?




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  1. 1. Passing on Cherished Values in a Values-Starved World 1
  2. 2. First American Woman to Summit Mt. Everest Legacy: “As a loving mother, wife and friend, and someone who lived a full life and found her passion in life.” 2
  3. 3. Discoverer of The Titanic Legacy: “As an explorer. Our society tends to think explorers are people you read about in history books when, in fact, our planet is largely unexplored and in need of modern explorers.” 3
  4. 4. Legendary Educator Legacy: “I want my students to tell their children about what they learned from me. How I gave them the tools that helped them make a meaningful place for themselves in life.” 4
  5. 5. Ethical Dissenter Legacy: “Courage is contagious. I’d be happy to be a link in that chain of examples who helped people tell the truth even when it was risky.” 5
  6. 6. Founder of First, Non-Profit Pharmaceutical Company Legacy: “Someone who had the courage and vision to accomplish what others said couldn’t be done.” 6
  7. 7. Pioneer Civil Rights Leader Legacy: “As a non-registrant in peace-time draft, my work with the Congress of Racial Equality with special attention to the Journey of Reconciliation, and for helping to found the American Committee on Africa.” 7
  8. 8. Only Hispanic-American U.S. Ambassador (Honduras) Legacy: “I would like to be remembered as a kind person who constantly worked for the empowerment of the less fortunate.” 8
  9. 9. Hero & Survivor of Collapse of One World Trade Center Legacy: “He lived his life well and he did the best he could to take care of his family.” 9
  10. 10. Former Schizophrenic, Now Physician & Researcher Legacy: “I would like to be remembered for the material I published or the things I’ve written. How will it stand the test of time?” 10
  11. 11. First Female Commercial Airline Pilot & Captain Legacy: “I weaved the winds of change, chance and opportunity, coupled with luck and timing.” 11
  12. 12. Ethical Dissenter Legacy: “A man of principle” 12
  13. 13. How do you want to be remembered? 13
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