I don't know how I'd react if I was ever diagnosed with a terminal illness.
I get that it's morbid to think about, but I feel like when I do, I start to appreciate the things I have in my life even more and fight harder to realize my dreams. Because technically we're all terminal - some of us just die sooner than others.
I'm not saying it isn't tragic when a life is cut short - it is. Because we think of everything that could have been. And for 15-year-old Sabine Wortelboer, who was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer, she hardly has any time left to create new memories.