If you could dictate just one thing to be remembered for 200 years from now, what would it be?
When you stop and think about everything you have done and everywhere you have been, you could easily get overwhelmed by your own history. When we finally 'say goodbye', all that we leave behind is a legacy. And even that will fade over time. So if you could control just one thing that future history would remember about you, what would it be?
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