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What will you feel the most pride in, when looking back at the end of your life?

  1. mwilliams66 profile image60
    mwilliams66posted 5 years ago

    What will you feel the most pride in, when looking back at the end of your life?

  2. landscapeartist profile image76
    landscapeartistposted 5 years ago

    Looking back on my life, I know, even years down the road that I will feel so much pride in my children and my grandbabies.

  3. mr williams profile image51
    mr williamsposted 5 years ago

    Taking chances and being successful in every "hardcore chance" I took. I love the opportunity to make choices based on what I believe in. That's where my pride will be. You probably mean only one answer but when I have children I agree with Landscapeartist 100% as well.

  4. Ebower profile image81
    Ebowerposted 5 years ago

    If I love God and people with all of my heart, then I know I'll be proud of myself.

  5. RichieGils profile image59
    RichieGilsposted 5 years ago

    My wonderful kids, of course. But I also believe I'll look back with pride on things I love to do and have gotten pretty good at, like writing and playing music. Especially now that I've decided to finally get off my backside and actually do something with it!

  6. Dr. Haddox profile image78
    Dr. Haddoxposted 5 years ago

    I will take the most pride in the fact that I have been "a helper" to thousands of people. I have practiced medicine in an honorable, humane and humble manner, not bringing honor or  glory to myself (nor did I make a lot of money), but I did heal people  using the resources, talent and gifts that God give me.
    Healing requires a lot of energy. It drains one's being, physically and mentally.
    I am glad that I made the sacrifice to give of myself the way I did.
    Regards.
    Dr. Haddox

  7. msshandriaball profile image80
    msshandriaballposted 5 years ago

    I would say my children.I am so proud of them and their accomplishments.They are my greatest creation.

  8. gmmurgirl profile image81
    gmmurgirlposted 5 years ago

    Of my realization that real happiness can only be found within and in the people that truly matters to you, and not in all the material stuff that we accumulate.

  9. Abhimanyu Singh92 profile image70
    Abhimanyu Singh92posted 5 years ago

    I will feel pride in my decision, that I chose my dream, my passion over this world's will for me. smile

  10. Bonitaanna profile image77
    Bonitaannaposted 5 years ago

    I believe that my children and my grandchildren are what I am most proud of and I know that one day they will receive all the information of our ancestors that I have managed to either receive from other family members or found myself.  I have our family information going back to the 1700's and pictures to give my family. I will also look back with pride knowing that I tried to do my best to share my love for God and the Lord Jesus Christ our Savior singing for Him in Churches and Prisons, Resthomes and Hospitals.  I praise God for giving me the talent like my husband, and being able to share it with the world!

  11. iamageniuster profile image75
    iamageniusterposted 5 years ago

    Following the philosophy of continuous self improvement. Ever since I started it in 2007, my life has turned around and got much better than it used to be.

  12. edhan profile image60
    edhanposted 5 years ago

    My children that have been brought up is my pride.

    Up till now, I am proud of the way I have taught my children to care and help people whenever they possibly can without any returns. I am happy that I am able to achieve it.

    I believe in Karma and Merits. We should unconditionally offer help whenever we see there is a need. Seeing that my children are doing that is indeed my pride in life.

  13. JideAlexander profile image61
    JideAlexanderposted 5 years ago

    Becoming closer to God and doing what i should for spiritual growth with him.

  14. Lisa HW profile image78
    Lisa HWposted 5 years ago

    No matter what I've ever managed to do or be, or what I do (or keep being) in the future, everything else will always pale in comparison to my three (now grown) children.

 
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