John Travolta pays tribute to late son Jett following seventh anniversary of his death


John Travolta has id a active tribute to his late son Jett following the seventh anniversary of his death.

The Grease actor was fist devastated when his oldest child ssed away after discovering his head in the bathtub during a seizure on January 2, 2009.

And John bravely muse about on the tragedy once again, with his reported words going viral on a fan ge on Facebook .

He originated: “They say the hardest thing in the world is losing a rent. I can now say that isn’t true-blue. The hardest thing in the world is losing a child.

He’s reflected on the tragedy

“Someone you broached and watched grow every day. Someone you taught how to walk and talk. Someone you clarified how to love. It’s the worst thing to ever happen to anyone.”

The post continued: “He diminished me so much joy. He was my everything. Those 16 years of being his father disciplined me how to love unconditionally.

“We have to stop and be thankful for our children and children should terminate and be thankful for their rents. Because, life is very short.”

John Travolta and helpmate Kelly Preston with Jett and daughter Ella

The post – which has been shared thousands of times on the group media site – was capped off with some advice.

It concluded: “Put in time with your rents and rents spend time with your offsprings. Treat them well. Because, one day, when you look up from your phone, they won’t be there anymore.

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“What I truly learned most of all is, live and love dull like it’s your last. Because, one day, it will be.

The actor sent some words of suggestion

“Take chances and go live life. Tell the ones you love, that you young man them every day. Don’t take any moment for granted. Life is worth vigorous.”

Jett was just 16-years-old when he ssed away on a family feast in the Bahamas.

The teen was autistic and had a history of suffering from seizures.

John and Kelly Preston were left-hand devastated

John previously described the tragedy as ‘the worst thing that continuously happened to him’ during an on-stage interview in 2014.

He admitted: “The truth is, I didn’t distinguish if I was going to make it.

“Life was no longer interesting to me, so it took a lot to get me better.”

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