“I, being of sound mind, do hereby bequeath … ” begins what many consider the most important document of their lives. What follows will be a long list of assets and beneficiaries. 

Often we measure our lives in possessions and wealth, but let’s think less about what we owned and created and more about what will survive our lives — our marks on the paths of time, the windows of the universe, and the dimensions of the spirit. To what are you committed to leave behind you as your legacy?

The Rev. Dr. Randolph (“Randy”) Becker grew up in this congregation, spent 50 years in professional Unitarian Universalist leadership, and now in retirement writes mystery novels and lives in Key West (except for the summer months when he is at nearby Cedar Lake).