Bono was 14 when his granddad kicked the bucket. His family was at the graveyard covering him when his mom, Iris, blacked out

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His dad, Weave, and more seasoned sibling, Norman, took her to the medical clinic to have her looked at, and Bono headed toward his grandma's home, where the family was gathering.

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After a short time, one of his uncles burst in, moaning: "Iris is passing on. Iris is biting the dust. She's suffered a heart attack."

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It was right then and there, Bono says, that his home vanished. An opening opened up inside him, Bono in Cork, Ireland, 1980

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Bono is currently 62 and pondering the number of demigods lost their mom at a pivotal age: John Lennon, Johnny Spoiled, Weave Geldof, Paul McCartney

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 the rundown of the deserted continues forever. Their moms' demises left them with this endless desire. "Individuals who should be cherished at scale,

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with 20,000 individuals shouting your name consistently, are by and large to be stayed away from," Bono says with a chuckle. "My sort of individuals."

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His mom waited on for a couple of additional days after the stroke. Bono and his sibling were guided into her medical clinic room, and they held her hands while the machine keeping her alive was flicked off.

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