ethical will

Definition of "ethical will"
  1. A document where an individual records meaningful beliefs and experiences to impart moral values to loved ones; it carries no legal weight
How to use "ethical will" in a sentence
  1. In her ethical will, she shared the life lessons she learned over the years for her grandchildren.
  2. His ethical will captured his unwavering belief in altruism and encouraged his family to uphold the same.
  3. Though it may not have a legal value, her ethical will was deeply cherished by her children for its sentimental worth.

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