Travel blogger and former “Pinoy Big Brother” housemate Wil Dasovich gave the pvblic his “most important vlog” yet, wherein he revealed he has been diagnosed with cancer.
“I think everyone wants to live a long life. I would like to live a long life. But what’s more important to me is how I live my life,” he said in the 11-minute video.
Vlog #382 covers his life throughout his journey in Southeast Asia and all the jobs he went through before he found his true passion: travel blogging.
He breaks the news to the pvblic in the video’s caption as well, stating:
“After months of internal bleeding and frequent visits to the hospital, the mystery is finally over. The doctor called with the diagnosis on my condition. After hearing the news i could not help but reflect on everything that I have experienced in the last 25 years and how i got to this point in my life. The purpose of my vlogs as a whole are simply to provide a personal perspective and exemplify the way i have lived my life in a positive and meaningful way, focusing on how i have experienced as much as i could within the amount of time given. One of my most requested videos is about how i got to where I am today so i figured this was a good time to make that video. If there is one thing i want you to remember, it can be summarized by the following quote: “It’s not the years in your life, but the life in your years that count.”
“It’s not the years in your life, but it’s the life in your years that count. The biggest thing that we have to realize is that life has no limitations except the ones we create,” he continued in his montage of all his memories with the Filipino pvblic.
“Are you satisfied with the way you’ve lived your life and have you maximized your experiences? My answer to that question is yes. And that’s why I’m content with my condition and the hardships I face,” he said.
“All things aside, if there’s one thing I want you to take away from this video, it’s to experience as much as possible in the amount of time you have,” the 25-year-old says in the end. “As you all age, you’ll eventually come to the realization that you’ll be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the things that you did do.”