A teenager who recorded an emotional goodbye video has one dying wish for his friends—to look after his dad.
Shaun Wilson-Miller, 17, suffers from a chronic heart condition and doctors have told him he does not have long to live. His body has not taken to his second heart transplant and doctors told him that he could not undergo a third.
The brave teen, who lives in Australia, used the online video to urge his friends to make the most out of life.
"Hi guys, I have some bad news I have to tell you all," he said. "I won't be here for as long as I thought.
"But I want to say this has been an awesome ride and I have no regrets. Live life to the fullest because you never know what's going to happen."
The teen said he loved his family and friends but did not want them to cry for him.
He said he hoped that he managed to make an impression in his friends' hearts and asked them one simple request.
"I do ask all my friends to make sure my dad will be OK," he said.
Wilson-Miller has been inspiring kids in his role as a motivational speaker and is also writing a book about his journey. He did the video to spread a positive message and to encourage people to deal with what life throws in their direction.