Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

27-Year-Old Woman's Letter Of Advice Goes Viral After She Passed Away.

Imagine that you're in your 20s and so in love with life, but a disease threatened to end it all. That's what happened to 27-year-old Holly Butcher, who died on January 4th, 2018, after battling cancer so bravely. But before she passed away, the New South Wales, Australian had something she wanted to share. She wrote a letter that she asked her family to share with the whole wide world, so that people would appreciate what they have, and learn to cherish life every day. Holly's final advice in her open letter will seriously break your heart and make you want to live.

Holly Butcher was just 27 years old when she had lost her battle to cancer in early 2018.

Her smile totally tells us that she was the kind of gal that really loved life, but she had developed Ewing's sarcoma, a type of cancer that forms inside the bones and all around it too. Her condition ended her life way too soon.

Holly Butcher was just 27 years old when she had lost her battle to cancer in early 2018.

Holly Butcher / Facebook

You could say that Holly was always looking to cross bridges into the unknown and explore things.

This lovely lady from Grafton, New South Wales, had plenty of life she wanted to enjoy. She dreamed of growing old and looked forward to the years ahead. But it wasn't meant to be, and she had to accept death at a very young age.

You could say that Holly was always looking to cross bridges into the unknown and explore things.

Holly Butcher / Facebook

For Holly, the days kept on ticking by, and she assumed they would continue to do so for a long time.

Unfortunately, Holly realized that life throws you a curve ball sometimes, and the unexpected can happen and derail all of your hopes and dreams about a happy future. But was she bitter and angry at the end? No.

For Holly, the days kept on ticking by, and she assumed they would continue to do so for a long time.

Holly Butcher / Facebook

She lived life to the fullest, which is something she wanted to pass on to everyone in an open letter.

Holly loved going on cruises and sipping fruity drinks with her friends. She practically grabbed life by the throat and enjoyed every last drop of it, and wanted everyone to know that they should do the same.

She lived life to the fullest, which is something she wanted to pass on to everyone in an open letter.

Holly Butcher / Facebook

In her letter, she suggested that you should treat your friends with kindness and gifts.

She wrote, "Buy your friend something kind instead of another dress, beauty product or jewelry for that next wedding." Holly, who loved being around people, had plenty of friends and family who loved her, because she had shown them kindness and love.

In her letter, she suggested that you should treat your friends with kindness and gifts.

Holly Butcher / Facebook

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