A Heartbreaking Real Life Lesson From Mike Vogiatzakis of Voyage Funeral Homes

The lesson learned in this tragic story is very simple. Be with loved ones. Life is precious and fleeting. See your family and friends this Christmas. Never should we allow ourselves to begin judging our family and friends and even cutting ties based on fear that we have been told to have but that does not really need to exist. Nobody should die alone. Especially with family and friends close by. Fear and the pressure from the powers that be should never be able to keep you from your loved ones. Especially when they need you the most.

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  1. Jessica on December 17, 2021 at 8:50 pm

    My heart breaks for that boy, who felt absolutely alone ๐Ÿ˜”

    I’m sure God scooped him up in his arms and hugged him so tight.

    Great video, thanks for sharing ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ™

  2. barry prince on December 17, 2021 at 10:14 pm

    thoe parents can go to hell

    • Taz on December 19, 2021 at 11:51 pm

      Listen to his message again. No time for hate or more hateful words. It’s obvious those parents will live with their mistake for the rest of their lives. A punishment far worse than what anyone can dole out for them.

  3. Evelyn on December 18, 2021 at 5:50 am

    What a wonderful message.Thank you so very much.thatโ€™s what the governments and drs have done is separated families.

    • Merv on December 23, 2021 at 8:16 pm

      How do you politely say to the coerced vaccinated family and friends, you’ve been had and are a lot worse off then I am for refusing an experimental poison that is designed for population reduction period.!!!!!!!

  4. Becky-Sue on December 19, 2021 at 2:40 am

    Thank you for sharing this heartbreaking story.
    The govts have hypnotized so many to become enemies to their own flesh-and-blood.
    “Dear Heavenly Father. Please help us to love one another and yet stand against the tyranny that has created despair for so many. Lord. Show us those whom need ‘love’. In Jesus name. Amen.”

  5. Evelyn on December 19, 2021 at 6:28 am

    Thank-you for your message. Loving people is what we are called to do.

  6. taz on December 19, 2021 at 11:54 pm

    A sad but beautiful video. I never realized the position you would be in (funeral director) and hearing a multitude of heartbreaking stories such as what you shared. Thank you for doing this as your words are needed to be heard by everyone. This is a very broken world that needs so much care and love. It needs to start with each of us.

    Merry Christmas!

  7. Marilyn on December 20, 2021 at 10:57 pm

    Thank you for sharing this very touching truthful message! Thank you that you stand up for the truth! I pray this message goes viral!

  8. Carl Hickey on December 21, 2021 at 3:27 am

    Good message. We lost a friend who lived in a seniorโ€™s residence not long after the first Covid lockdown. No visitors were allowed and the staff who came into her room were gloved, masked and gowned, She could not even see a full human face. Within weeks she was in depression, refusing to eat and died a short time after that.

    It occurred to me that nobody asked the seniors if they preferred to be locked up or take their chances and see the family members that they love.

    This past summer I was uninvited from a family gathering because I am unvaxxed. I donโ€™t often see my family which is spread out all over the place. One of my brothers who I was looking forward to seeing at that event passed away suddenly about a month later and that opportunity to see him which would have been for the last time was taken from me.

    The Fear is deadly, and likely more so than the virus.

  9. Natasha Gray on December 21, 2021 at 2:06 pm

    My condolences to the family.

    I remember always being told growing up:
    You cannot recover the stone after it has been thrown, a word after it is said, time after it’s gone, trust after it’s lost, and an occasion after it’s missed.
    We used to know a balance between putting others first, and doing what is right and looking after ourselves. This whole thing has divided us, and caused us to forget that we can put others first while still looking after ourselves.

    Thank you for doing this video and sharing it with the world. People need to remember we are all in this together, and it doesn’t matter what our vaccination choices are, we can still love and care for each other. Don’t push people away because they have made a different choice than you, you do not know the pain it will cause, or in the end, the loss.
    I am watching many people pushing friends and family away, and treating them badly because they made a choice that isn’t “the right thing to do.” What is the right thing? Looking at it, we are being told in a round about way, that it is alright to treat others poorly in the name of “doing the right thing.” Don’t, just please don’t. Care for each other, love each other. There are precautions that can be done with kindness, and we can still be together.

  10. Joy on December 21, 2021 at 5:26 pm

    So Mike – does this mean that you allow both vaccinated and unvaccinated at funerals in your building for a funeral?
    Funerals are such an important time to be there for family.

  11. Jayne on January 27, 2022 at 10:00 am

    The weeks leading up to Christmas, this year, were the most stressful, saddest, bleakest and painful days I’ve ever endured..Last Christmas when the world was unsure, and we were advised to avoid groups, it was hard, but tolerable..this year,the fear and pain,that my family would choose rules,mandates,and fear over their love for me, was almost too much to bear, and I contemplated death as a less painful option, to being shunned,and feared,for my “choice”. Thankfully we managed to work out a plan, and the crisis was averted…they never knew, how close I was to giving up..I have since been getting some help dealing with these issues. I decided to share this, since today is Bell’s Let’s Talk day, and so many are still struggling with mental anguish. Please don’t give up.Hold onto the hope; one day, this will be over…

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