God has peacefully given the beautiful and optimistic Brittany Maynard the kind of death that she earnestly desired, from the very day that she was diagnosed with a terminal case of brain cancer. She was 29 at the time of her death. Due to an excruciating pain and agony that she had been through, Maynard has finally decided to take some pills that will allegedly shorten her life span. In her last days, she was a stern advocate of Oregon’s Die with Dignity Act which had formally led to the formation of Compassion and Choices.

Terminally-ill Brittany Maynard died from brain cancer. She was 29.

Terminally-ill Brittany Maynard died from brain cancer. She was 29.

In her previous interviews and video clips, Brittany Maynard has personally made a choice to end her physical and emotional sufferings by joining that very unusual organization. Consequently, just a few years before her last journey here on earth she quietly moved to Oregon and happily spent her last days in a little yellow house. It was personally picked by her in Portland. Meanwhile, in an exclusive statement from Compassion and Choices which is by nature an end-of-life choice organization it had said that Brittany got her final wish which is no other than but to die with happiness and peace in her heart in the cradling arms of her ever supportive loved ones. She passed away last Saturday. Accordingly, her meaningful epitaph simply expressed lots of endless gratitude to all her supporters whom she described as water in her life during her immeasurable pain and misery because of her brain cancer which no longer has a cure. To continue, she said.

It is people who pause to appreciate life and give thanks who are happiest. If we change our thoughts, we change our world! Love and peace to you all.

Brittany Maynard graduated from the University of California in Berkeley. She had successfully earned a Masters Degree in Education. As a person, she is a certified traveler in her own right. In addition, she volunteered to be a part of a local organization which has a noble mission to rescue animals. She was alluded to by her friends and family as a selfless woman who lived in a world that is filled with compassion, generosity, education, humor and travel. She is survived by her husband, his mother, stepfather and other family members. When she was diagnosed with a terminal brain cancer, she began to search for those effective ways and means on how to ease her physical discomforts which were difficult to deal with. Therefore, God answered his plea by finding the aforementioned organization. From then on, her YouTube videos about the sensational To Die with Dignity Act became viral. In defense as to why she is about to take such medications, she humbly remarked.

I quickly decided that death with dignity was the best option for me and my family. We had to uproot from California to Oregon, because Oregon is one of only five states where death with dignity is authorized.

Conclusively, none of us has the right to judge the late Brittany Maynard. After all, God has freely provided us with the volition to make the best choices in our lives.

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