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When babies are made, that takes a few months.
When a man is made, that takes a few years.
When a patriarch/matriarch is made, that takes a lifetime.
You can’t hurry up and have a legacy.
Legacies take time.
Perhaps this explains why there are so few legacy lives to study today. Americans have an extreme aversion to anything that is slow. Anything that cannot be mechanized or technology improved is somewhat frustrating to us. We are the people who stand impatiently in front of the microwave tapping our feet and checking our watches because it’s taking 45 seconds to heat what we want to eat.…