Let us read Genesis 33:4:” But Esau ran to meet Jacob and embraced him; he threw his arms around his neck and kissed him. And they wept.“
We see a bit different picture here than before Jacob left home years ago running from his brother Esau. We are sure that Jacob is scared of meeting his brother as he thinks that Esau is still angry at him. However, God is merciful and he touched Esau’s heart and it melted when he saw his brother after so many years.
We often start valuing what we have after we lose it. It is especially true about people. When maybe bored with our family members, but when they are gone we feel devastated. We want them to come back and suddenly we understand that it is impossible. It is good if the scenario is the same as in this situation when both brothers are still alive.
I hope it is a good lesson for us all. Even if a person who is close to you is very good and talented you should not value him/her for that. The same is true if he/she is not talented at all. Just love him/her for what he/she is. Value people whom God has given you. If you don't you will feel terribly sorry when eternal separation will take place. Well, we hope to meet beyond, but who knows... . God bless you.