But the inheritance consisted in this only, a scrap of paper on which Spada had written: -- `I bequeath to
my beloved nephew my coffers, my books, and, amongst others, my breviary with the gold corners, which I beg he will preserve in remembrance of his affectionate uncle.'
'Her affection for him was still the chief sentiment in her heart; and he spoke without anger: he spoke in the deep tenderness of one about to leave his treasure amid perils and foes, where his remembered words would be the only aid that he could bequeath to
I now hereby bequeath to
her my house and all that land with appurtenances outhouses etc.
Whereas Jesus spoke about a world peace in Matthew, he speaks of an individual peace in John 14:27 when he says at the Last Supper: "Peace I bequeath to
you, my own peace I give you, a peace which the world cannot give, this is my gift to you".
Justice Murray Sinclair challenged residential school survivors to come to terms with the past and think about what kind of future they would like to bequeath to
their children and grandchildren.
If we succeed, we will better serve the public interest and bequeath to
our successors a profession strengthened, ennobled and invigorated rather than enervated, demoralized and diminished.
The first follows the old spiritual principle, "pray as if everything depended on God, but act as if everything depended on you." It is plain to me at least that if we are to have a worthwhile future to bequeath to
our children, it will only be because we shall find the strength for true political activism and real social change precisely where Gandhi said it would be, at the grassroots.
Simply state in your will (or add, if you already have an established one): "I give, devise, and bequeath to
[put name of environmental group and address here] the sum of $ to be used for its general purposes" (or whatever particular program you're interested in supporting).