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But Santiago must follow his dream. But some parts of me strikes it as pretentious, it feels unreal. Always take action I thoroughly enjoyed this book and I feel I gained a lot of perspective about life, motivation, and the freedom that comes with following your dreams.
Forget about the future, and live each day according to the teachings, confident that God loves his children.
If someone isn’t what others want them to be, the others become angry. The last half was both well written and inspiring, with an ending that pulled the threads together very nicely.
But I would advise readers to hedge their bets, rather than take lnline entire message as true for everyday life. In his pursuit of the dream, he was being constantly subjected to tests of his persistence and courage.
I can absolutely see where someone could find hidden treasure and deeply meaningful messages alchijistul the short novel. Beautiful and touches the heart. The writer wanted badly to fabricate the Elixir of Life, that was the most seductive part of the enterprise he got into.
I rarely read classics set outside the US or England, which I should pursue more of, and this was very enjoyable onlne Islamic supporting characters.
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The Experimental Onlne where he invites his readers to adapt to the alchinistul his book The Witch of Portobello. The myth states the Narcissus, who was known for his beauty, used to stay by the lake where he saw his own reflection in the water and fell Do you know that moment when you grasp the very right book at the very right time?
Not a whole lot of exposition as the author gets right to the point throughout.
I like the use of symbols and the allegorical manner of narrating the story. Santiago meets with Fatima. The ideas themselves are believable, but the over emphasis placed on some ideas creates an atmosphere that annoyed me more than in I don’t hate it, but I didn’t love it. In plain terms, I liked it and the message of the book was verily intense.
I’m not much of a reader of biblical stories but this book fascinated me because it made me reflect on practically every second page. I don’t think this book should be read as a story with a plot; to me it reads more like a thought-provoking piece of work that asks some interesting q Even though this is a very short story of less than pages, it is filled with philosophical thoughts on life and biblical references.
He forgets it, alchimistul goes back to work. And I kind of applaud the author for interweaving the intricate details of this tale in such a seamless way. But why not read something different!!!.
See all questions about Alchimistul…. The soul of the world didn’t seem to capture me the way I hoped it would, it was a nice book. During this experience Paulo Coelho launched his blog Walking the Path — The Pilgrimage in order to share with alchimistul readers his impressions.
But the Englishman is mainly concerned with the search for the Philosophical Stone; he wants to meet a man: A man whose business is 30 years old, I also like the themes and ideas the author embedded through out the book.
It’s lighthearted, but also thought-provoking. The Army gets convinced about the Shepherd’s powers. I also really loved all the biblical and mythical stories weaved through the narrative.