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In his 2014 book, Saget wrote: âThe goal of living a full life is that in the end you will have learned certain things along the journey. I’m not far from the end yet, but I’ve already had some amazing experiences. I met and worked with amazing people, I lived, I loved, I criedâ¦ and through it all, I did it my way.
He may have written this line of Frank sinatra, but Saget was an original: a show business veteran who managed to seem just as comfortable giving life lessons on Full house as he did by taking the court in front of an audience who wanted to make fun of the ass.
And as showing kindness became more and more important to him, especially over the past few years, he was more proud than ever to bring joy to people as a comedian.
âThe root of who I am, the older I get is love,â Saget told Kweli last year. âAnd yes, I’m not always like that. I’m unhappy at home, or I’m going to watch the news and I’m going to scream, I’m going to be really upset about stuff. But if you come from a place of love and you are a good person …
âThat’s the key, and that’s why I’m more inspired than ever to stand-up. ”