Steve Jobs, founder of Apple died today at age 56. He was described as a visionary, a creative genius and an amazing human being. During his lifetime, he changed the world.
Mashable.com shares a series of videos remembering Jobs 10 most magical moments.
7. Steve Jobs Stanford Commencement Speech 2005. He shares three personal stories on life, doing what you love, and finally on death. This is worth reflecting on.
You and I have been touched by Steve Jobs because of his passion, vision, innovation and creativity. Our world is different because of him. We can learn a lot from Steve Jobs. Although you may not found a world changing company, you can leave an impact in the lives of people around you. The apostle Paul in the Bible was another person who left an impact on the world that is felt almost 2000 years later.
With the same passion, vision, innovation and creativity as Steve Jobs and Paul, you can leave an impact on your world. You can share with others about Christ; you can come along side them to encourage, disciple, coach or mentor. You can be a champion for good and leave a lasting and significant legacy of changed lives-in your kids, and in others. You can be part of another kind of movement-a spiritual movement. Have you ever thought about that?
What kind of legacy do you want to leave behind?