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Life and Death and Crying Your Eyes Out

Life can have some dark moments, and losing someone we love is one of those.

What is it about death that we can’t get used to it?

I mean, is the only thing we are certain of facing – I´ve heard of a few people who’ve been able to avoid taxes so don’t give me that old naive adage.

I think we should seek a Buddhist approach to death and not just accept it but actually, embrace it.

Yes, losing someone you love hurts. A parent, a husband, a pet, a friend, a kid… But I think that’s a good thing. It means you loved. You loved with all your heart and soul.

That person was so important to you; she meant so much in your life that you literary feel your chest braking, aching so hard, you can’t help but cry your eyes out.

I have a friend that says: “She who loves a lot, suffers a lot,” and with death, you grasp the real meaning of that truth.

If you didn’t care, you wouldn’t shed a tear.

Paula Acuña

My name is Paula Acuna. 

I'm a creative, author, speaker, marketer and life coach. I'm a passionate for self-development. 

I was once like you: overwhelmed and trapped by anxiety. Until I committed to change. 

I believe we have the power and the ability to create a life of our own design. We can find balance, joy, and enthusiasm in today's over-demanding, stressful world. 

We can have it all: health, abundance, career, fulfilling relationships. All we need is a plan, a strategy based in our gifts, talents and possibilities. 

I'm here to help you create it. I'm here to help you be PURA VIDA.