Photos Taken Before Peoples Death That Show Why You Shouldnt Take Your Loved Ones For Granted

It’s human nature to take things and sometimes even people for granted. Sometimes we don’t learn to appreciate the moments we have with our loved ones until it is too late, but the following photos will remind you to tell them all “I love you” each time you say goodbye – because you never know if it will be the last time.

This heart-wrenching collect of photos are the last images taken of people’s loved ones before their deaths. Some of the deaths were more expected, such as those diagnosed with cancer; while other deaths, like those from a car accident, caught their family and friends by complete astonish. Scroll down below to watch the last beautiful photos taken of those who have since left us and remember to hold those dear to you extra close. Upvote the image that touched your heart the most.

# 1 My 96 -Year-Old Grandma, With My 100 -Year-Old Grandpa, Hours Before Her Death. 77 Years Of Marriage

# 2 The Final Picture Of My Cousin Gary, Taken On September 11, 2001

# 3 A Week Before My Grandfather Passed Away, I Snuck His Favorite Beer Into The Nursing home For Him

It was his last brew ever

# 4 My Good Friend Bear Telling His Son And Daughter Goodbye. He Died The Next Evening From Pancreatic Cancer

# 5 Shortly After My Mother Passed Away I Decided To Appear Up Her House On Google Earth

That’s her. Still gives me chills

# 6 Dying Father Fulfills Last Wish To Walk Daughter Down The Aisle On Her Wedding Day

He passed away 5 days after

# 7 Last Photo Taken Of My Older Brother As He Was Leaving For College

He was the victim of a drinking and driving incident. I miss him every day

# 8 Last Scenes I Received Recently Of My Dad On His Old Tablet

Thankfully, they’re all pictures of him being the goofy guy he was when he was alive

# 9 My Little Brother( 17) Was Shot A Few Weeks Ago And This Is The Last Pic I Took With Him

This was Christmas morning. I feel weird sharing this but I’m just so heartbroken

#10 After 69 Years Of Marriage

My grandpa was extremely attentive to my grandmother up until her last breath. We lay her to rest on Monday at the age of 95

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