Facing self-denial, justifications, and both real and imagined obstacles, the thought process of Bucay becomes an invitation to look at reality as it is so we can make our own decisions. These letters address love, responsibility, happiness, losses, death, and the grieving process to a fictional character. This format allows the reader to know a direct and intimate Bucay, a close and comprehensive Bucay, through the imaginary Claudia utilizing simple but profound words of deep meaning. These words speak to us regarding fundamental aspects of human beings. They are reflections that pass through the sieve of personal experiences that link with the common experiences, perplexities, and questions of the average individual.
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