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Keep Good Going is about the idea of perpetuating the personal good that positively affects everyone in your life (your family). It’s the good you want to pass onto others you care about—in big or small ways—because you know how it can positively shape their life experiences.
In the “My Grandfather” video you see a story of a grandson connecting with his family heritage and roots inspired by the lessons he learned from his Grandfather and how those lessons can be carried on through the rest of his life and the next generation.
The Keep Good Going Life Lessons are welcome nuggets of wisdom and insight that are derived from life experiences. They are often simple, but always profound because they touch on the truths that hold life together. They are personal (not social or community) good, about you and those close to you. Many times when people are no longer with us we yearn to carry the life lessons we learned from them.
I remember as a little girl listening to My Grandfather tell me stories about growing up in Cuba, a country I've never been to. I loved hearing about the beauty that enveloped that misterious island. The stories of his younger years and the lessons that I got from all his stories are carried with me in my heart. As a parent now I know that I can pass these stories and life lessons on to my kids. It's in the keeping of this good going do we continue a legacy for our past and create one for our future.
Keep Good Going is communicative of the good that continues in your personal life, and always tie back to New York Life and the products and services they provide. Learn more about how New York Life can help you and your family Keep Good Going.
What are some stories, traditions and lessons family members have passed on to you?