Death of a Legacy

word count: 93

“Sarah, this is the place where your grandfather took important decisions of his life…

Sitting with his lawyers, stake holders, bureaucrats, the government representatives and many other important people.

Your father kept the momentum going .

Now that you are his only heir, it’s your choice how and with whom you want to share this table.”

Sarah summoned a meeting with her lawyer, stake holders, bureaucrats, the government representatives and some other important people.

She announced “The reason I have assembled you all here is that I am putting this company up for sale…”


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17 thoughts on “Death of a Legacy

  1. Sometimes people want to follow in their elders’ footsteps, sometimes they have different plans for their lives. Kudos to her for bein strong enough to let go.

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  2. Sometimes it’s not a legacy we wanted–so selling is wise.

    A small grammatical tic: “with whom she wanted to share the table” doesn’t need “with” at the end. Your contruct is grammatically correct. Just remove that final “with” and put a period there instead 🙂

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