Before You Take Someone For Granted – WATCH THIS | by Jay Shetty | XoXo

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  2. I agree, but only to a certain point. Yes, we shouldn’t take people for granted in our lives, but again, it’s the whole relationship that counts, not only last time. Obviously, from the video, this wife was happy with her husband. He wasn’t mistreated her in any way. They were together, she was going to surprise him with pregnancy. Yes, he mourns her loss, he wish that this last moments they shared were different, but that’s the life. Our relationships have ups and downs, fireworks and when things are a bit boring but stable. That’s what makes relationships. My grandpa died at 95. He had dementia. I was visiting him in the hospital every day. And the last time I saw him, he wanted me to go to another room, to bring him a bucket full of water that’s there. Ofcourse, there wasn’t a well in another room, just other patients as he was in the hospital. And as he kept insisting, I got frustrated and said that I would come tomorrow. There was no tomorrow. I know, I didn’t have a romantic goodbye in Hollywood style, and I have mourned his death, but I have no remorse regarding our last moments together.

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