Emotional 85-year-old man listens to a cassette of his mother singing
An 85-year-old man was holding a cassette in his hands that had been lost for years. On it is his late mother singing a song for him. The voice is one of the first things to forget about someone who has passed away. Their appearance remains in the memory for a long time, but at some point you can no longer “hear” them. This is particularly tragic for the elderly, who often only have photos and no videos of loved ones as memories.
This man suffering from Parkinson’s unexpectedly holds in his hands: a cassette on which his deceased mother sings a song for him. You can see the emotional moment in which he finally hears her voice again in the video.
MY HEART. ❤😭❤
This 85-year-old discovers a cassette with a song his mom would sing to him—he still remembers the lyrics of this song ‘Thanks for the Buggy Ride’ by Frank Crumit. 🎵🎶 pic.twitter.com/HQWelAFbzh
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