Leaving a legacy is something thought differently depending on what side you are on. If you are the person who is dying or has died, things you do during your lifetime that make a difference might mean your legacy. While other times, leaving your legacy might mean who you leave your worldly assets to. If you are the person left behind after your loved one passes, the importance might not always be how much they worked but instead how much they loved and were loved. As health care providers, we will see our patients and their families talking about the legacy that they plan to leave and the families talk about the legacy that will leave or have left. Personally, I hope that we will all make an impact during our careers, whether it is through an important medical discovery to helping a patient and their family through a difficult situation. How we react to a patient or their families during stressful times might impact this view of their legacy, and at times they might be looking to us for reassurance or confirmation of what they think. I think knowing how we want to leave our own legacy might impact others around us. How do you think someone would view your legacy if you were telling them at a critical or end of life scenario?