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Ironically but true, this decision about timings has thankfully not been left to us. There is no destiny for anyone. The book came very highly recommended. Wrong email address or username. My heart will go on. It is all about adding significance to the event. In some cases, that is very true! If you think they are hokey and silly, then you’ll think this is a terrible book. DownloadPaulo coelho alchemikas atsisiusti pdf. View all 29 comments. View all 59 comments. Where did the saying come from: Fear, fear of failure seems palo be the greatest obstacle to happiness.

I hate this book so much.


Its a beautiful companion, a faithful companion, the only one who will never be unfaithful to us, rest all the companions are just lesser mortals and have been unfaithful at one point or other. The perfect Oracle for this book.

The novel tells the tale of Santiago, a boy who has a dream and the courage to follow it. Paulo COelho has never failed me!!! Just because we desire something, does not make it good.

Log in Sign up. Now go read some Joseph Campbell. Again, I was struck by the irony of that, but turning back to the book, this fleeting insight that might have had a grain of real value was immediately squelched. All the fables and stories are stolen from elsewhere, religious ideas and alchemokas are badly mixed, and everything is so obvious.

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Santiago’s journey teaches us about the essential wisdom of listening to our hearts, of recognizing opportunity and learning to read t Paulo Coelho’s masterpiece tells the mystical story of Santiago, an Andalusian shepherd alchemiks who yearns to travel in search of a worldly treasure. Give serious thought to why they believe what they do, and that perhaps those who doubt them may be correct, then they are behaving in a dangerous and dishonest way.


And while I was more or less with it for a while, I just couldn’t stay on board with an ending that left me saying, “that’s it? In the ideal world presented in THE ALCHEMIST, it seems that the job of men is to seek out their personal legends, leaving aside thoughts of family and responsibility, and its the job of women to let them, and pine for their return.

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He also held surprise book signings – announced one day in advance – in some cities along the way, to have a chance to meet his readers. Symptoms may vary, but in all cases, it is recommended to suspend reading until the brain coeluo reset in adequate sheep mode again. Henrietta Sees It Through:.

Not giving heed to the concerns doubts and criticisms of others is something I believe is a major fault in modern society. View all 58 comments.

Reading this book always sets me back on the right path towards achieving the dreams I have put on hold. Cross posted at This Insignificant Cinder Isn’t it true that all of us want to believe the old king when he says that the greatest lie in alchemika world is that at some point we lose the ability to palo our lives, and become the pawns of fate.

Santiago has a wonderful, fulfilling life laid out before him, and would most likely die a happy man by the side of his lovely wife and adoring children, all while living comfortably as village counselor of a beautiful desert oasis.

The perfect Oracle for this book. Kawel 1 27 Dec 13, Which pisses me off to no end as I normally try to dodge that sort of thing, but here it is masquerading as the type alchdmikas book I normally like. The pwulo lessons you’ll learn from this book amount to nothing more than several variations on the theme of “only the very ugly is truly beautiful, only the very stupid are really intelligent, only black is white, only up is down” etc etc. We place so much emphasis on the needs and rights of the individual.


This is a terrible and dishonest way to live. We always try to do what everyone expects of us like pursuing a career that you hate just because that is what everyone does. It’s only saving grace was that it was mercifully short. This causes people to focus so much on themselves to the detriment of others around them. It may sound crazy, may be the book has a effect that may appear really crazy but I am sure there are some people who would identify with me.

Writing in the style of a fable does not convince me that what the author says is true or profound, this just sucks all around, and people who describe it as magical or inspirational are probably dudes I will not be having a beer with anytime soon.

Captivated by Inga Mahn Download Free: I sipped some sweet tea from a crystal goblet, and plodded on through the desert of thought that is this book.

Log in with Facebook. Yes, and those who do think about death, mostly fear it, some fear death because of the physical pain attached to it such people actually fear the pain rather than the death, I am one of them and there are some who think they do not want to die because its not time yet for them to go. The problem with this book is not just that it’s bad, which it certainly is, but that there are so many people out there who want to corner you at parties and tell you how it’s totally changed their lives.