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Grieving Man Takes His Late Wife’s Portrait To The Beach So She Can Look At The View Every Day

A touching photograph of an elderly man gazing at the seaside while embracing a framed picture recently went viral online. The owner of an Italian restaurant, Giorgi

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A heartwarming photo of an older gentleman hugging a framed picture and looking at the beach recently took the internet by storm. The owner of an Italian restaurant, Giorgio Moffa, snapped the popular photo and posted it to his Facebook page.

He wrote in Italian as his caption: “I don’t know this lovely individual, but I do know that his love was unquestionably a tremendous love. I saw him sob. Men like that, in my opinion, are extinct. Sending you a strong hug, dear friend, you are a great man.”

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Giuseppe Giordano, a 70-year-old Italian retiree, is the man in the picture. He visits the beach every day at dusk while carrying a picture of his late wife Ida. He just relaxes and takes in the scenery of the beach where they first met and spent their first few dates.

Although his wife passed away from a medical condition in 2011, he still loves her. He always carries her picture around with him since he can’t live without her. Her picture is one of his most valued treasures, and he thinks of her constantly.

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Giorgio recalls, “Giuseppe told me that he frequent this place since he spent many happy times with him at the small beach nearby a long time ago. “They got married and were each other’s first loves. Indeed, it was a lifetime of love.

Giuseppe and Ida were married in 1969, and he was devoted to her until the day she left this world. And he still cares deeply about her every day.

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I was able to empathize with him because I had lost my two younger siblings and a son who was just five months old. Everyone in this world has, in my opinion, experienced the loss of a loved one at some point. Each of us experiences these times of sorrow; nonetheless, Giuseppe had the wonderful fortitude and dignity to express it, Giorgio remarked.

h/t: Metro

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