Definition: worthy of being copied or imitated; emulable; illustrative

Dictum: Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. — Charles Caleb Colton (1777-1832) English cleric & writer
    Comment on dictum: Listening, not imitation, may be the sincerest form of flattery. — Joyce Diane Brothers (1927-2013) American psychologist & advice columnist

Quote: Our best selves tell us that ‘there but for the grace of God… ‘ and that, in the end, there is no distance, really, between us and them. It is just us. Our best and noble hope is to imitate the God we believe in. The God who has abundant room in His heart for us all. — Gregory Joseph Boyle, S.J. (1954-) American priest

Question: Would you want someone to follow your example and carry on your work?