The singer Pau Donés was born on October 11, 1966 and died in June 2020 of colorectal cancer. We show the best phrases and teachings of Pau Donés on the day of his birth, because apart from his songs, he gave us reflections on life and death in his last months before his death.
They are quotes that we should all review and reread to face death without fear because it is another part of our process and it happens here.
The amazing quotes from Pau Donés
I have my right to give my opinion, to complain when someone steals from me. Maybe the guy who uses P2P to download music has a daughter who, one day, a bastard takes a picture of her at the beach and then posts it on a contact website. And then he shits on P2P …
Step from wasting time, from wasting life on bullshit. Carpe diem power! But also really.
We are so used to our hearts beating that we don’t give it much importance, but when things are not clear, then you learn to appreciate what it means.
And I do not blush if I tell you that I love you, and that you leave me or leave you that no longer scares me »: ‘The dark side’ (1996). They are the best phrases and teachings of Pau Donés
I am angry at my cancer because I don’t want to go. When I was diagnosed with cancer, I was terribly afraid. Then I learned to live with the disease and imagined that I would grow old. It is an idea that we all have. I have lived with cancer for five years, I have released two albums and I have had a nephew. I give thanks to life.
Fear is terrible, it blocks the freedom to be yourself. It terrifies me to see people who are afraid of life, of loving and being loved.
I want to end my life being the happiest uncle in the world. Now I am happy, but it is a bastard happiness, because dying is not good for me, I have many things to do. I want to stay to see the fall colors, see it snow …
Don’t worry, take care. Enjoy, have fun, ride your life for whatever you have left, even if you don’t know how much it is, that you are well, at ease and as happy as you can.
What are you afraid of? Let go and tell me, we’re here for that »: ‘Grita’ (1998).