Most of us spend way too much time worrying about things that don’t even matter. Things like what to wear to a party or what that group thinks about me is pointless when you realize that there people who have bigger problems than these.
Holly Butcher, from Grafton in NSW, Australia, was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer Ewing’s sarcoma and the young girl lost her battle at a tender age of 27. She had a lot of realizations about life and how people choose to live it during her final days and the courageous girl wrote an open letter on Facebook a day before she passed away.
“I always imagines myself growing old, wrinkled and grey-most likely caused by the beautiful family (lots of kiddies) I planned on building with the love of my life,” she wrote. “I want that so bad it hurts.”
“I’m 27 now. I don’t want to go,” she wrote. “I love my life. I am happy… I owe that to my loved ones. But the control is out of my hands.”
“That’s the thing about life, it is fragile, precious, unpredictable and each day is a gift, not a given right.” Check out Holly’s open letter below:
A bit of life advice from Hol:It’s a strange thing to realise and accept your mortality at 26 years young. It’s just…
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