When you’re on your deathbed and have just a few final moments to share your hopes for the future, advice for your family, friends and loved ones, or general thoughts about the state of the world, what do you hope your final words will be? Do you hope to impart some insightful knowledge to your grandchildren about what the real meaning of love or life is or envision telling your spouse just how much they’ve meant to you over the years? If so, you're among the vast majority of the population. According to the study detailed in this post from The Telegraph UK, most people’s last words tend to have to do with love and relationships, or are pieces of advice for their loved ones for maintaining a successful marriage. And most people polled in the study about the loved ones' last words said they went on to follow the advice given to them. While the actual specifics of the advice given during the study is unknown, it warms the heart to think that love is and has been the most important aspect of living for so many people.
Read the full article here: Deathbed Advice: Why Romance Has the Very Last Word