Children are very precious. They provide us with a lot of laughter, fun and they challenge us from time to time too. When they depart this world early it's devastating and the family that they've left behind often find it very difficult to move on.
This video will make you cry, make you smile, give you hope, give you faith and tear your heart out. So if you can't handle any of those things, than don't watch this video. But if you want to be inspired, watch this video.
We first introduced you to Zach Sobiech in 2012 when a video of him singing his original song 'Clouds' went viral. It became even more famous when learning that Zach was a cancer patient and had written the song as a "goodbye" to his loved ones. And just last week we brought you a video of the biggest stars in all of entertainment honoring Zach with a cover of the song. Well, this time the update is more heartbreaking than heart warming.
Just over a year ago, we brought you the amazing story of Zach Sobiech. Zach was a 17 year old boy who was diagnosed with a rare form of untreatable cancer. Zach wrote a song called "Clouds" to tell his loved ones goodbye. The song went viral and became a hit. Well as Zach continues his battle, a few well known supporters of his decided to do their own version of his song.
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