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Carlos J. Mora

January 15, 1971 ~ May 6, 2020 (age 49)

Obituary

Carlos Julio Mora
01.15.71 / 05.06.20
49 años de edad, nacido en Los Rios Ecuador y residente de Babylon NY.
Hijo de Magdalena Miranda, hermano de Barbara, Edgar y Paola Andino y Antonio-y Luis mora,
y esposo de Melba Mora.
Carlos será recordado por su nobleza e inocencia casi infantil, su sonrisa auténtica y eterna,
por su dedicación a siempre ayudar a otras personas sin esperar nada a cambio, su
determinación a seguir sus sueños,-su amor incondicional y su completa dedicación a su
familia.
Carlos admiró, siguió y vivió su vida de acuerdo a los 4 acuerdos de la filosofía Tolteca:
1._ Sé impecable con tus palabras:
Se enfoca en hablar con integridad eligiendo cuidadosamente lo q dices y honrando tu palabra,
porque lo que sale de-tu boca es lo que eres tú!
2._ No te tomes nada de manera personal:
Ni-la peor ofensa, ni el peor desaire.
Quien te ofende tiene un veneno que descarga contra ti por no saber cómo deshacerse de él,
solo q el problema es parte de su propia realidad no tuyo!
3._ No Supongas-ni des nada por supuesto:
Si tienes dudas, acláralas, si sospechas, pregunta.
Suponer te hace inventar historias increíbles que sólo envenenan tu mente, tu alma y que no
tienen fundamento!
4._ Haz siempre lo mejor-que-puedas:
Si-siempre haces lo mejor que puedes, nunca podrás recriminarte nada o arrepentirte de algo!
Carlos amaba la vida en todas sus facetas, buenas, regulares y malas.
Fue sencillo en su manera de vivir, vestir y completamente desapegado a lo material.
Aprendió varios oficios a lo largo de su vida... tal fué su avidez para aprenderlo todo en el
menor tiempo posible, fué electricista, panadero, cocinero, constructor, camionero, delivery
man y por último terapista físico pero encaminado a su espiritualidad en favor de ayudar y
sanar a otros.
Carlos dejo planes y sueños inconclusos entre ellos un viaje a Ecuador, conocer Grecia y Dubai
entre otros lugares y muchos estudios más.
Ahora él es uno con el universo, es un punto en el infinito, está en un lugar de paz por que él se
ha transformado en un ser de luz que estará siempre al cuidado de todas las personas-que el
tocó con su amor y humildad.
Todos vamos extrañar esa energía amable, servicial, su sonrisa... esa presencia q se hacía
sentir aunque fuera de pocas palabras

Esto no es un adiós sino un hasta pronto, el no ha muerto, se nos adelantó, solo se ha mudado
para continuar su camino de aprendizaje espiritual.
Carlos vé tranquilo q sin duda sabemos q nos esperarás y nos fundiremos en amor y abrazos
en ese reencuentro!
Carlos Julio Mora
01.15.71 / 05.06.20
49 years old, born in Los Rios Ecuador and resident of Babylon NY.
Son of Magdalena Miranda, brother of Barbara, Edgar and Paola Andino and Antonio
and Luis Mora, and husband of Melba Mora.
Carlos will be remembered for his almost childlike nobility and innocence, his authentic
and eternal smile, for his dedication to always help other people without expecting
anything in return, his determination to follow his dreams, his unconditional love and his
complete dedication to his family.
Carlos admired, followed and lived his life according to the 4 agreements of Toltec
philosophy:
1._ Be impeccable with your words:
It focuses on speaking with integrity, choosing carefully what you say and honoring your
word, because what comes out of your mouth is what you are!
2._ Do not take anything personally:
Neither the worst offense, nor the worst snub.
Whoever offends you has a poison that unloads against you for not knowing how to get
rid of it, only because the problem is part of their own reality, not yours!
3._ Do not assume or take anything for granted:
If you have doubts, clarify them, if you suspect, ask.
Guessing makes you make up incredible stories that only poison your mind, your soul
and that have no foundation!
4._ Always do the best you can:
If you always do your best, you can never blame yourself or regret anything!
Carlos loved life in all its facets, good, regular and bad.
He was simple in his way of living, dressing and completely detached from the material.
He learned various trades throughout his life ... such was his eagerness to learn
everything in the shortest possible time, he was an electrician, baker, cook, builder,
trucker, delivery man and finally physical therapist but aimed at his spirituality in favor of
helping and healing others.
Carlos left unfinished plans and dreams among them a trip to Ecuador, getting to know
Greece and Dubai among other places and many more studies.
Now he is one with the universe, he is a point in infinity, he is in a place of peace
because he has transformed himself into a being of light who will always be in the care
of all the people he touched with his love and humility.
We are all going to miss that kind, helpful energy, her smile ... that presence that made
itself felt even if it were few words.
This is not a goodbye but a see you soon, he is not dead, he was ahead of us, he has
only moved to continue his path of spiritual learning.
Carlos be calm that we certainly know that you will wait for us and we will melt in love
and hugs in that reunion!

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