I don't know if Hezekiah was a prideful king or not, but I can't help but think that his pride was the culprit of the downfall of Judah. After God restored him back to health, Hezekiah made the foolish mistake of showing all of his nation's treasure to the men from Babylon. He was boasting about his nation's wealth, and in doing so, inviting the Babylonians to have an inside view of what they would later plunder. Isaiah's following prophecy should have destroyed his ego, but it didn't. Instead of being grieved over what his children and grandchildren would suffer as a result of his own sin, Hezekiah found pleasure in knowing that the kingdom would be safe during his lifetime. He didn't care about the legacy he left; he only cared about himself. Have you thought about your legacy? What will you leave behind? Will people suffer from your poor choices? It's important to consider because there are those who will come after you, and they will be either be blessed by or be suffering from your legacy.