Lara Saget, the middle daughter of the late beloved comedian Bob Saget, shared an emotional tribute to her father on Instagram on January 27 where she discussed the most important lesson she learned from him while he was alive.
“To anyone who is afraid to love,” the caption began. “Unconditional love is the greatest gift.”
Along with the caption, Lara shared a black-and-white photo of her and her father, which she wrote “loved with everything he had” even though she “has so many reasons to be afraid to love” because “[s]oh many loved ones kept dropping the body. ”
“Instead of being scared, he loved more,” she wrote. “I am extremely grateful to receive and give that love.”
Bob died unexpectedly earlier this month at the age of 65. In the 90s, Saget was the king of television, especially known for playing Danny Tanner on Voltal and host for America Funniest home videos for most of the decade. He was also known for being an ardent champion of other comedians and was often called “America’s Dad”. But his most important role was to be the father of three daughters, Aubrey, Lara and Melanie. Throughout his life, he spoke openly about how his children were the most important part of his life.
“They are the light of my life. I am a happy man because all three of my daughters are exceptional, ”he said. tell PEOPLE in January 2016. ”[They are] very tall creatures, very smart people, very wonderful and very brilliant, very beautiful. ”
And based on Lara’s placement, it’s clear that Bob loved his daughters very much and taught them to live out that love in their own lives. Lara concluded her caption by sharing the most essential lesson she ever learned from her father, which contained a simple but very important message that we could all remember in our lives.
“Be completely loving and be kind,” she wrote. “Of all the lessons he taught me, this one feels the greatest.”