- A lady has revealed the note her father left for his children just before he died despite his blindness
- The note asked the children to do whatever they are passionate about and not waste any time tinkering with it
- Many people who reacted to the emotional note said that they would frame it and read it every day
A young lady with the social media handle @HunterIsobel has gone online to share a photo of the short note her late father left before he died.
In a post, she said that her dad was suffering from Parkison's syndrome. Despite having shaky hands and sight loss because of the disease, he was able to still write it.
Go for it!
The short note read:
Do you have a groundbreaking story you would like us to publish? Please reach us through firstname.lastname@example.org!
"Go for it! No time is better than now."
@HunterIsobel revealed that her late father had a strong mind before he passed away. The lady said that she will listen to the piece of advice and go for it.
See the post below:
When @goodnews_movement reshared the post, it gathered over 1,000 comments and thousands of likes.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"Frame that and begin everyday with that sentiment."
"So sorry for your loss. You dad had wisdom."
"Heartfelt condolences. What a kind, wise, and thoughtful remembrance for you."
"No one knows more how to live than the ones in the face of death."
"Awww…. This is the best! God bless your sweet dad! Great advice!"
"I would frame this. What incredible parting advice."
"Definitely would be a tattoo."
Workers showed love to late colleague's family
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that members of a fire fighting service demonstrated what true love really means in a video that stirred reactions.
In the clip shared on Instagram, the man's widow, Carmen, revealed that six years after her husband died, his colleagues still come by their house every Christmas.
They always bring gifts to the late man’s son to collectively show him fatherly love and to let him know the service his father worked for still remembers them.