Perhaps you are unhappy with your life, whether it is a lack of money, an unfulfilling career, or a stale relationship. You might spend too much time on the internet arguing politics with strangers. Sometimes, we feel like something is missing. Maybe it takes some perspective to make a significant change and start living life fully.
"If you are unhappy about something, you can improve it at work, in love, or any other way. Change is possible if you are willing to do so. Don't waste your time being miserable.
These were Holly Butcher's last words. Holly Butcher is from Grafton, NSW, Australia. Recently, she lost her battle against Ewing's Sarcoma. This rare and often terminal disease primarily affects young adults. Holly was only 27 years old when she died.
Holly wrote an open letter as she faced her mortality as a patient with cancer. It was a difficult thing to face at such an early stage. Holly wrote about the lessons she had learned and how her experience with stage four cancer taught her to appreciate every moment of her life. "I'm 27 now. She wrote, "I don't want to go." "I love my life. I'm happy... It is my duty to my family. However, I have no control over it."
Holly's words will significantly help people who are often drowned in endless worries and stresses. Holly encourages us to take stock of the critical things in life and to live our lives to the fullest. Life is precious, fragile, and unpredictable; every day is a gift.
Scroll down to see Holly's Deathbed Letter, filled with the best advice and life tips. Hug your loved ones and smile because you are still alive!