Efcharisto…

For the last 2-3 days a friend of mine has been very helpful. He’s greek and live in Greece. The only one word I know in Greek is only Efcharisto, and it happened to mean “thank you”.

We thank people for many things they do to us. But what we sometime don’t realize is that the existence of those we love, those we appreciate, oftenly more valuable then what they’ve given to us. I read a passage long time ago, that the importance of someone can actually felt exactly after they left us.

So, dont forget to treasure moments you have with your friends, lovers, husband/wives, children, and many more.img_2398

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