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The woman's last words to her dying husband are spread out

The woman’s last words to her dying husband are spread out


An 83-year-old woman’s farewell to her 87-year-old dying husband touched the hearts of Chinese netizens.

a Video Of the farewells, recorded by their grandson, surnamed Chi, was sent to Duyin on 4 April. This heartwarming moment has now been seen by nearly 4 million people.

in the videothe woman is seen encouraging her husband to “walk into the light” as she gently strokes his hair.

“Walk into the light. The woman from Tianjin municipality whispered to her husband, according to South China Morning Post. “Leave it all. If it’s time to leave, let’s leave without regrets.”

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According to Che, his grandmother stayed strong in front of his grandfather, who was suffering from lung cancer.

She also talked about a beautiful future with her husband, although she knew that it would not happen.

“Come home after your illness is cured. Let’s keep each other for another years, and on our 60th wedding anniversary, let’s have our kids throw a big party,” she said. I will not come to visit you in the coming days. I will wait for you at home.”

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Qi said those who witnessed the farewell in the hospital ward were moved to tears.

Social media users who were moved by the farewell expressed their admiration for the couple’s love.

“This is love. Although it is hard to give up, she still hopes the world will leave well,” one user reportedly wrote.

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Another user said, “If my boyfriend said those things to me when I was dying, I guess I wouldn’t be so scared.”

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