When the luminaries take place and you hear the emotional sound of the bagpipes, you turn around and you see how cancer has touched the lives of many, if not all, of us. I close my eyes and I can still picture the tears, the hugs, the holding of hands, the prayers, the faces reflecting the satisfaction of overcoming a hard fight, or the faces reflecting the pain of losing someone. It makes you, as a survivor, to feel so blessed but also to question why you were given a second chance, what your purpose in this life is. When they asked me, right before the beginning of the luminaries, if there was anyone I wanted to honor or celebrate, I didn't think of myself as a survivor. Instead, I thought of a great person that life gave me the opportunity to meet: Seth Budai.