Since I can't have children, my legacy will die out????

April 21, 2007 1:05am CST
Kind of a depressing thought. What do you think? Are people who don't have children less important in the scheme of things than those that do?
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• United States
21 Apr 07
No, your legacy does not have to die out; children are only part of your legacy. It can live on in the changes you bring to this world, the work you do, the things of beauty you create, the people you befriend/love/help. Having or not having children does not define your worth.
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• Canada
22 Apr 07
I agree dragonstar. Beautiful answer and I thnak ou for putitng me on the righ track. Children are not ALL we have to leave behind. There is so much more.
@lyndee22 (1211)
• Philippines
21 Apr 07
Yes but that will not hinder me to keep on praying and hoping for a kid. I have a plan of adopting a child.