I just heard this quote in a TV show and I like it:
No legacy is so rich as honesty
And I think there’s a great positive truth in it, and that truth is complete separate from the origin of the quote. The origin is in Shakespeare’s “All’s Well That Ends Well” and there it has a very different, and negative, meaning, drawing from how these words were understood at the time; legacy was worth and honesty – as in honour – was (female) chastity. Shakespeare used it to foreshadow the lies and deceits later in the play.
But if we separate the quote from its origins, if we place those words in today’s context, where legacy is what is transmitted by someone and honesty is adherence to facts and fairness, I think it is correct and good.