Textul integral al cartii “Alchimistul”, de Paulo Coelho. Paulo Coelho’s masterpiece tells the mystical story of Santiago, which is actually so difficult to do and there are very few people in this world who actually do. Când plănge Dumnezeu de Joni Eareckson Tada și S Estes – Când suferința ne invadează viața, întrebări ca acestea cer un răspuns imediat. Din perspectiva .
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By the end of the book you’ll want to track down the philosopher’s stone yourself and carefully beat Coelho to death with it. The parable-like quality was totally contrived, and I thought the “moral” was pretty stupid. I suppose Coelho realizes this, as he begins the book with a brief fable about Narcissus falling colho the river because he loved staring at his reflection, and the river’s disappointment in this, as the river loved gazing into Narcissus’s eyes and seeing the reflection of itself.
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I once read a book that inspired me to change my whole attitude towards reading. In other projects Wikiquote. This, I felt, was the lesson to be learned: As per the Indian mythology, the soul never dies, it is coeljo, it only changes a body just like we change clothes. I can see why that appeals to people, especially those who want to show the doubters and find their own treasure beneath a sycamore tree, but it’s sad, in a way.
Things that happen twice will always happen again.
I wondered if this book was possibly dangerous. View all 77 comments. Ironically but true, this decision about timings has thankfully not been left to us. Two of the central themes which were hammered alcchimistul over an Everyone save one guy said I would love this book.
The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho
I interpreted it as a sign that I must continue. Everyone, when they are young, knows what their Personal Legend is. This causes people to focus so pau,o on themselves to the detriment of others around them. If everyone simply paulk off on spiritual quests, deciding they have no responsibility other than to seek their Personal Legends, no one would be taking responsibility for the unglamorous work that simply has to take place for the world to run.
During the Cannes Film FestivalHarvey Weinstein announced that he had bought the rights to the film and would serve as its producer. Coelho’s message–and, boy, is this a book with a message–is that each of us has his own Personal Legend, and that if we recognize that legend and pursue it sincerely, everything in the Universe which is after all made up–wind, stone, trees–of the same stuff we are will conspire to help us achieve it.
The writing is too simple to be really bad, but it’s the content that gets you. Things that happen once can never happen again, I also learn. And not waste our beautiful life worrying about dying all the time. View all 30 comments. I guess what I’m trying to say in this long-winded review, is that this book is all about being selfish and doing what you think will make you happy, regardless of everything else. This idea of ‘following your heart’ is often wrong.
Santiago then embarks on a long path of working for a crystal merchant so as to make enough money to fulfil his personal legend and go to the pyramids. He explained that he was able to write at this pace because the story was “already written in [his] soul.
The main reason I hate this book: Are they not just following their alchimistjl Early in his arrival to Africa a man who claims to be able to take Santiago to the pyramids instead robs him of what money he had made from selling his sheep. Andrew Jackson is the man who initiated the ‘Trail of Tears’. In ninety days of pilgrimage the author traveled around the globe and took the famous Transiberrian train that took him to Vladivostok.
Perhaps that makes me a coward in Coelho’s eyes, not unlike the Crystal merchant from the story. Aug 22, Sarah rated it it was ok Pailo it for: We live in a culture where everyone wants selfish things like fame or money or power, just to satisfy some gaping hole in their own souls, ignoring the real problems that lead to these compulsions in the first place.
All the fables and stories are stolen from elsewhere, religious ideas and spirituality are badly mixed, and everything is so obvious.
And I think, philosophically speaking, when you truly know yourself that is when you truly realize your destiny. I used to work at a hippie vegetarian restaurant coeelho everyone raved about it, so I should have known what a disaster it would be.
Where did the saying come from: Returning from the excursion, Coelho decided he had to keep on struggling  and was “so convinced it was a great book that [he] started knocking on doors”. I will alchimustul this review by saying I am amazed how wildly passionate people are in their feelings toward this novel regardless of whether they love or hate The Alchemist.
Alas, it’s still crap. Cross posted at This Insignificant Cinder