The greatest legacy anyone can leave behind is to positively impact the lives of others. Whenever you add value to other people’s lives, you are unknowingly leaving footprints in the sands of time that live on, even after your demise.
Some years ago, John Winters spent a week on an abandoned backcountry ranch on the Salmon River, Idaho’s “River of No Return.” One day, exploring the ranch, He came across an ancient grave with a wooden marker. Whatever inscription the marker may have borne had long since been weathered away. Someone lived and died—now was forgotten. The gravesite seemed tragic to him. After returning home, he spent several hours reading about the history of the old ranch and that area but could find no information about the person buried there.
They say that the best among us is remembered for 100 years or so. The rest of us are soon forgotten. The memory of past generations, like our markers, soon fades away. Except for those who leave a legacy … by leaving their footprints in the sands of time.
Our Buckets Runneth Over
With the unwavering support of our amazing “Casting Directors” – Paula, Sejal, Melissa, Mike, Frank, Carol, Ipek, and Laura – we’ve attracted over 100 inspiring contributors spanning 19 countries (including our first from Mainland China) ranging in age for 2 to 72 and beyond! And following the lead of HopeFest 360°, we’re excited to add 18 recording artists to this new production, each donating their music “for good”. Indeed, our BucketFest 360° Buckets are now overflowing with the sands of time.
AUGUST WORLD PREMIER
Our production is now underway, so don’t wait to grab your complimentary seats for the early-August world premier of BUCKETFEST 360°