Subjects — L
The good that men do lives after them.
Do something worth remembering.
The country clubs, the cars the boats, your assets may be ample, but the best inheritance you can leave your kids is to be a good example.
Dying legacies are a miserable substitute for living benevolence.
And the wind shall say “Here were decent godless people; Their only monument the asphalt road And a thousand lost golf balls.”
The evil that men do lives after them. The good is oft interred with their bones.
— Julius Caesar, act II, scene ii, Antony