Bought a mola, the borders show it has been worn on the chest of a woman. Molas are made by the indigenous Gunadule women. Known as Kuna, but they decided to take out the letters that refer to foreign language like Spanish and use the more natural sounds of their own language. Guna = surface of the earth and Dule = person, person who lives on the surface of the earth. Molas can be divided in two major design groups: goaniggadi, figurative, depicting elements from everyday life. And naga molas, which protect and consist of abstract designs derived from nature. A type of writing that teaches the correct way to live.