Young Woman’s Inspiring Life Message Goes Viral After Her Death

Holly butcher

A 27-year-old’s life message has gone viral days after her untimely death. Holly Butcher from Grafton in New South Wales, Australia, wrote the message before she passed away from a rare form of cancer called Ewing’s sarcoma.

She said that it is strange to accept one’s mortality at 26 years of age.

“I always imagined 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. I want that so bad it hurts. That’s the thing about life; It is fragile, precious and unpredictable and each day is a gift, not a given right,” – Holly Butcher

Here are some more of her touching insights

Holly urges people to not worry about the small, meaningless stresses in life. She says people should remember that we all have the same fate, and everyone should do what they can to make their time feel worthy.

Let things go, she says. “Let all that shit go.. I swear you will not be thinking of those things when it is your turn to go. It is all SO insignificant when you look at life as a whole. I’m watching my body waste away right before my eyes with nothing I can do about it and all I wish for now is that I could have just one more Birthday or Christmas with my family, or just one more day with my partner and dog. Just one more.”

Appreciate your body and live a healthy life she says.

And finally she says give, give and give. Value people’s time.

“It is true that you gain more happiness doing things for others than doing them for yourself. I wish I did this more. “

And if something makes you miserable, she says, you do have the power to change it – in work or love or whatever it may be. Have the guts to change. You don’t know how much time you’ve got on this earth, so don’t waste it being miserable.

She needed the letter asking people to donate blood.

“Blood donation (more bags than I could keep up with counting) helped keep me alive for an extra year ― a year I will be forever grateful that I got to spend it here on Earth with my family, friends and dog,” she wrote. “A year I had some of the greatest times of my life.”

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