These are the words of a woman, a mother for four young children, who has a terminal diagnosis.
This is probably the most profound, most brilliant video I have ever seen on the topic of dying, and dying with dignity – true dignity. She gets it. She gets the meaning of human suffering, the purpose of death, and why God, not her cancer, should have the final say in how she lives and when she dies.
Dignity doesn’t come in a syringe. It comes from a life well lived in the truth of Love.
Miracles happen every single day. There are countless people walking around who are supposed to have died years ago. And that is a possibility worth sticking around for.
You know what else is worth sticking around for? Every day, I get to spend my time with the people I love.
My life isn’t a story written by cancer. It’s written by love. And whenever it ends, it will end in eternal love. And the story’s end changes the meaning of every page.
My life isn’t mine to take. It’s mine to give.
Beautiful, brilliant and inspiring.