- Ezel Lambatan uploaded a photo of his mother while singing songs to his UK frontliner brother before the latter succumbed to COVID-19
- Through video chat, Kenneth Lambatan was able to listen to his mother’s voice in his last hour
ieving brother Ezel described his “hero” as an ordinary man who does not wear a cape but was able to touch so many li ves
Late Filipino frontliner Kenneth Lambatan has spent his final moments on Earth while listening to his mother’s voice; the music that calmed him down while stru
ggling for his l ife.
On Twitter, Kenneth’s brother Ezel Lambatan uploaded a photo of their mother while singing songs for her son through a video chat during his last hour.
“My mom singing songs to my brother on his last hour. A scene I never imagined to see with my own eyes. Why?” read the caption of the picture, which already has more than 3,000 retweets and over 38,000 favorites, as of writing.
ieving brother Ezel described his “hero” as an ordinary man who does not wear a cape but was able to touch so many li ves.
“We we’re hopeful. We prayed hard. His vitals were stable. Yet we believed that Faith can move mountains,” he shared. “For 18 days, he fou
ght the greatest ba ttles we could ever imagined. It was totally h eartbreaking to hear your mother cry pleading to God for my brother’s l ife. The rest is God’s plan.”
“I know behind all of this is a greater reason only God knows. I hope we realize that the real en
emy is not each other, but an unseen enemy which I refuse to recognize. I know my God is powerful than it,” he continued. “My name is Ezel and my hero is an ordinary man with big dreams. He doesn’t wear any capes or have a superpower, but he has touched li ves more than any hero can.”