Meet Omar. Omar is one of the most compassionate, understanding, devoted and strong-willed people I have ever had the pleasure of meeting and he is suffering from terminal cancer. Omar has struggled through countless surgeries, chemo therapy and radiation only to be told that his money was wasted and that he is going to die. He has spent every penny he has in attempt to save his own life, he has given up personal comfort and traveling back to his country to die in peace.
“Nothing new, the monday a doctor wanted to see me, he says that I may apply for a new trial treatment, after the same studies all over again I didn’t apply, it seems just work on early “stages” anyway it will be so expensive. I’ve had some talks here, is some of the things they do, prepare you to have a better death, I’ve thinking in euthanasia, is legal here and as terminal I can apply, is something I’ve really thought about”
He has given up the only chances he has left to be happy due to circumstances I won’t mention that resulted in emotional manipulation and his decision to not go with euthanasia.
"I mean, I already like 3, 4 months ago cancelled my travel to Egypt, (I told you about that) well I cancelled my travel just to take a new painful treatment I didn’t wanted, and I didn’t had money to pay, I just wanted to die in peace on my egypt, well now I am the same dying but in pain."
“I couldn’t pay the private hospital anymore so I was sent to a public hospice, that’s it an hospice for terminal people, is not really good here, it smells bad, it have always been but most now, is a big problem with the food.”
Omar fell into a coma and upon his awakening, he did not feel relief, but depression.
“I was better physically, and I was accepting what was happening to me and I took decisions to make me happy, but now, I am more depressed, more sick, without money, that I had back then. without anything, I can’t even take legally euthanasia now, for the treatment.”
Omar has dedicated his entire life to helping others and spreading his unconditional love and more than anything, Omar deserves to die in peace. Omar deserves to leave his footprint on people’s hearts as he leaves with a smile on his face. Omar has been vegan since birth and has given his life to the animals, the planet and to the people. He is patient and kind and $40,000 in debt, painfully wasting away in a hospital bed. What kind of life is that?
I want nothing more than to see Omar get the life he deserves. If you can donate any amount of money toward helping him get out of that hospital and back home where he can live the rest of his life peacefully without being attached to machines, he would be forever grateful. I would be forever grateful. Omar has touched so many people’s lives and now it’s our turn to give back to such a wonderful human being.
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