christopher aiff – my last days

1:44 – ish:

the cancer in a weird way has given us the platform to explore that further. together. and travel the world and do things that most people don’t get the chance to do. it’s just sad that the cost for that is so high.

2:35 – ish:

as soon as the words came out of his mouth (dr telling me i had cancer) i was just…

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8 min – ish:

it would be amazing if i could use that gratitude and perspective in this life.. if by some chance, the world does not feel it’s necessary to terminate my life to get that message across, i would be greatly appreciative.

the decision to be positive is not one that disregards or belittles the sadness that exists, it is rather a conscious choice to focus on the good. and to cultivate happiness, an genuine happiness.

happiness is not a limited resource, and when we devote our energy and time to trivial matters and choose to stress over things that ultimately are insignificant, from that point, we perpetuate our own sadness and we lose sight of the things that really make us happy, and rationalize our way out of doing amazing things.

dying doesn’t need to be a bad thing. it is in fact a necessary thing.

i want to be remembered as someone who, did their best.


Christopher Aiff was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma in his leg. The doctors told him he was cured, but then found 50 tumors in his lungs on his first check up. Chris is an extraordinary 21 year old that shares wisdom we could all use. Get involved, by uploading a video response to this video or emailing us at


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