Following the tragic suicide of Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington this week, it's been revealed that more than a month before his death, his son wrote him a sweet note telling him to "love life."
In an old post from Bennington's wife Thalinda's Twitter account that was shared by Uproxx, Chester's son Tyler wrote him a note and placed it on his coffee mug.
The note read, "Dad. Enjoy your
"Castle of Glass" is the title of a Linkin Park song from their 2012 album Living Things.
In addition to this newly discovered post, Bennington's friend, actor and 30 Seconds to Mars vocalist Jared Leto, has penned a beautiful tribute to the fallen rock star.
Along with a photo of Bennington, Leto wrote, "When I think of Chester I remember his smile... His laughter, intelligence,
He continued, "Witnessing his life taught me a lot. Especially about commitment, about kindness, about hard work, about the pursuit and achievement of dreams and mostly, about love. I know that both his family and his band were a massive source of inspiration and pride for him.
Finally, he said, "It was clear to me that he was deeply grateful for both the people that surrounded him and the life that he had. My heart goes out to his family, friends,
It was reported Thursday that Bennington had died after taking his own life in his Los Angeles home.
He had previously dealt with depression and substance abuse issues and even spoke about them in interviews.
In a 2015 interview with Rock Sound, Bennington spoke about his dark times, saying, "I literally hated life and I was like, 'I don’t want to have feelings. I want to be a sociopath. I don’t want to do anything. I don’t want to care what other people feel like. I want to feel nothing.' "