Most of us have heard some version of the Ben Franklin quote, “Most people die at twenty five and aren’t buried until they are seventy five.” This is what happens when we let other people tell us what we can and can’t do, we put our dreams on hold and begin working on a life full of safety and security. We then justify our choices with conversations of responsibility and the inability to delay gratification as we try to keep up with the Jones.

What would happen if all the conversations melted away? What would your life look like and how would it be different than it is now. Zach Sobiech, age 14 passed away on May 20, 2013. He leaves behind a story and a lesson that everyone can benefit from.

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His family has requested that anyone who is interested in helping change the fate for future children like Zach donate to the research fund set up on his behalf. You can also buy his album on iTunes here, with the proceeds going to the research fund.