A great writer who speaks beautifully about the pain of loss. (Sonia Cruz de Baltodano)
Grief, when it comes, is nothing like we expect it to be.”
“To lament that we shall not be alive a hundred years hence, is the same folly as to be sorry we were not alive a hundred years ago,”
 Montaigne wrote in his 16th-century essay on death and the art of living. And yet we continue to grapple with the paradox of our mortality.

What an invisible dog knows about the tenacity of the human spirit and the healing power of art. Many great artists have in common the ability to transform trauma into creative power. Among them is the great French Post-Impressionist painter Paul Gauguin(June 7, 1848–May 8, 1903), whose work influenced such legendary artists as Picasso and Matisse.

‪#‎achievingSerenity‬ in the midst of ‪#‎Chaos‬. This book is a ‪#‎lifechanger‬. It takes you home to the realization that everything in your life is there because of you. Not God nor man put it there. In willful ignorance we turn our heads towards the heavens searching for an answer. And the answer is with in us. To hear the answer we must spend time alone. We must reflect upon our lives. We must be honest and face the truth about ourselves with valor. Only then will you ‪#‎LoveWhatIs‬. Life won't get better until this happens. I nominate this book number#1 in my‪#‎TopTenBooksThatWillChangeYourLife‬. Sonia Cruz de Baltodano