He Was 5 Years Old, His Only Wish Was To Meet Santa, And He Died In His Arms (a Christmas Story That Breaks The Heart Of The World)

“They say I will die. How do I know where to go when I go? -When you get there you will tell them that you are Santa’s main helper and I know they will let you in ”

They say I will die. How do I know where to go when I go? -When you get there you will tell them that you are Santa’s main helper and I know they will let you in »

Santa entered the room of the terminally ill 5-year-old. It was his last and only wish. Santa asked the parents to leave the room and look through the glass of a window so that he also did not break down in tears and “could do his job.”

Santa declared, according to what was published by the Noxville News Sentinel, that “he did not stop crying all the way home”…. “I cried so much that it was difficult for me to see well to drive,” he explained.

After what happened in the boy’s room, Santa considered leaving his job due to great pain

Santa got the call from the hospital just after Santa stopped working that day, but the nurse insisted that there was a 5-year-old boy who didn’t have much time left and wanted to meet Santa.

The boy’s mother gave Santa a toy to give him. Santa asked them to leave the room so he could “do his job,” because if his parents started crying, he would too.

«What is it that I have heard out there, that you are going to miss Christmas? You can’t do it, because you are Santa’s number one helper »

According to Santa’s story, the boy could barely open the gift and Santa the little asked him:

“They told me I’m going to die, how do I know when I get to where I’m going?”

Santa told him to say that he was his main assistant and that they would let him in. The little boy sat down and hugged him asking Santa if he could help him… before he could answer anything, our little Christmas hero spread his wings towards the sky.

He died in Santa’s arms

Let’s make this Christmas the best in the world for as many children as we can in the world. All of us are Santa’s helpers on earth, and even if we don’t have money for gifts, let’s visit the children, read stories to them, give them smiles and quality time.

Our Santa today is an engineer, his name is Eric Schmitt-Matzen, and he doesn’t know how he will be able to continue after what happened.

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