You don’t have to find out you’re dying to start living-Zach Sobiech
Zach Sobiech is probably someone you haven’t heard of. But maybe you have. Over million people have been touched by his music. Zach Sobiech was diagnosed with a rare form of bone cancer. It’s not the cancer that defined who Zach was. Zach defined his life by how he lived. And from what I can see, he live life to the fullest. I’m really struggling to express what I’m feeling after watching the documentary, “My Last Days: Meet Zach Sobiech.”
I had actually first heard of Zach this morning. One of my students brought up his story to me this morning. I honestly hadn’t thought twice about Zach after sharing the story. I got tied up with the day and teaching.
But when I got home I had an email from Upworthy.com, which I subscribe to. And sure enough, Zach was featured. So I do what I never do. I clicked the link and spent 20 minutes watching his story. When I thought my softened heart could soften no more, Zach melted me. I can’t get this kid out of my mind.
He lived life. You could tell he loved life. I wish I knew him. But in a way, I do. Thanks to the documentary. If you notice, I was speaking in the past tense. Zach died on May 20, 2013. Two days ago.
But he still lives.
Thank you Zach.
My Last Days: Meet Zach Sobiech
If you feel inspired, uplifted or changed, do something. Reach out to those you love and let them know. Go buy his album on iTunes. All money will go to the Zach Sobiech Osteosarcoma Fund.
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Until Next Time,