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    READ & DOWNLOAD O Alquimista Paulo Coelho Û 9 CHARACTERS READ & DOWNLOAD º E-book, or Kindle E-pub Û Paulo Coelho My heart and I chatted and we agreed this book was short My heart thinks it was also stupid and after spending some time talking to the wind I came to agree with my heart Yet after beginning the journey with this book and d

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    PDF NEW [O Alquimista] I need to start this review by stating 1 I can't stand self help books and 2 I'm a feminist no I don't hate men some men are uite awesome but I am very conscious of women and our place in the worldShort summary mild spoilers A boy named Santiago follows his 'Personal Legend' in traveling from Spain to the Pyramids in Egypt searching

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    READ & DOWNLOAD º E-book, or Kindle E-pub Û Paulo Coelho PDF NEW [O Alquimista] I really disliked this book I dislike it in the way that I dislike a great deal of modern self help books Their basic message is that if you want something to happen you need to want it as hard as you can without caring a

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    READ & DOWNLOAD O Alquimista READ & DOWNLOAD º E-book, or Kindle E-pub Û Paulo Coelho Paulo Coelho Û 9 CHARACTERS A good parable like The Prodigal Son should comfort the afflicted and afflict the comfortable The problem with this little book is tha

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    PDF NEW [O Alquimista] Paulo Coelho Û 9 CHARACTERS READ & DOWNLOAD º E-book, or Kindle E-pub Û Paulo Coelho I feel like everyone LOVES this book but I was kind of underwhelmed I know that translation affects the uality of writing but I could not get into this writing style At all I felt like it was totally affected and contrived He was going for this fableparable style but it seemed to fail miserably The parable like uality wa

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    PDF NEW [O Alquimista] when you really want something the whole universe conspires in helping you to achieve itThis book has crossed the boundar

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    PDF NEW [O Alquimista] Paulo Coelho Û 9 CHARACTERS READ & DOWNLOAD O Alquimista Utter drivel The book was badly written righteous condescending preachy and worst of all the ending was morally ue

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    READ & DOWNLOAD º E-book, or Kindle E-pub Û Paulo Coelho PDF NEW [O Alquimista] Paulo Coelho Û 9 CHARACTERS 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 In a way you might as well r

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    READ & DOWNLOAD O Alquimista PDF NEW [O Alquimista] READ & DOWNLOAD º E-book, or Kindle E-pub Û Paulo Coelho spoilers and bitterness ahead be forewarnedI'm not sure that I can capture my utter disdain for this book in words but I'll give it a shot I read this book about three years ago and just had to re read it for book club It was a steaming pile of crap then and guess what? it's a steaming pile of crap now The main reason I hate this book it's

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    PDF NEW [O Alquimista] Paulo Coelho Û 9 CHARACTERS READ & DOWNLOAD º E-book, or Kindle E-pub Û Paulo Coelho B 78% | Good Notes Composed simply and scripture like it reads at times too much like a children's fable but picks up steam by the end

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  • O Alquimista
  • Paulo Coelho
  • Catalan; Valencian
  • 14 May 2018
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CHARACTERS O Aluimista 109 READ & DOWNLOAD º E-book, or Kindle E-pub Û Paulo Coelho Paulo Coelho Û 9 CHARACTERS L'Aluimista relata el viatge del jove Santiago ue va deixar les seves ovelles als camps d'Andalusia per endinsar se en el desert camí de les Piràmides. My heart and I chatted and we agreed this book was short My heart thinks it was also stupid and after spending some time talking to the wind I came to agree with my heart Yet after beginning the journey with this book and despite the words of my heart something impelled me to continue Surely it had something to teach me The book had a lovely cover made of nicely textured stock that felt good in my hands It offered the added efficiency of a fold over flap something that publishers should make an effort to do as it makes the use of a bookmark superfluous But I suppose you need the collateral of winning the Guinness World Record for most translated book by a living author and selling than 65 million copies in than 150 countries as one of the best selling books in history to get that treatment my heart cries In my country we have an expression one should not judge a book by its cover In this case this is especially true The prose turned out to be not nearly as nicely textured That is irony This book knows not of irony Still though I needed to complete my journey My heart tugged on my sleeveAs I continued my journey I found that the text inside was set in a pleasing font I could find no typos which are always a portent of doom So I kept going I found the words that the font expressed were simple and easy to read As I read them before falling to sleep each night they neither challenged me nor troubled my dreams Many people I believe enjoy this in a book in the same way that they enjoy Hostess Twinkies They are filled up with calories which causes their bodies to believe that they have been fed a nutritious meal when in fact their brains are lulled into sheep like somnambulism They grow fat and stupider under the illusion that they have received nutrition without ever experiencing the pain of having to cook and possibly work up a sweat or burn one s fingersI wondered if this book was possibly dangerous I wondered what kind of people would be deluded into thinking within the guise of a poorly written but deviously well conceived parable that this book s philosophy was in fact Deep and Meaningful Truth This book I felt was perhaps insidiously evil a force with which I needed to do battle I did not know which weapon to use as irony appears to be rendered completely ineffective within a 3 metre radius of this book Still irony and a love of absurdity hovered around me as I searched for the true meaning in this book and why it appears to offer a powerful message to so manyI consulted the Oracle known across all the lands by many names She appeared to me in the form of Wikipedia ueen of All The People s Knowledge Now there s an alchemist for you ueen Wiki can turn knowledge into nonsense and then back again before your very eyes The perfect Oracle for this bookueen Wiki turned out to be very entertaining and illuminating in this case I learned that Joe Jonas and Russell Crowe loved this book I glommed on to this as an omen that absurdity was lurking close I interpreted it as a sign that I must continue 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 suelched I sipped some sweet tea from a crystal goblet and plodded on through the desert of thought that is this bookThis I felt was the lesson to be learned in the Middle of the Centre of the Soul of the World where blank eyed acolytes are led like sheep hmmm to unuestioningly accept and proclaim as truth the vacuous platitudes spouted by crystal wearing self appointed mystics psychics tarot card readers numerologists motivational speakers and this author irony is dead Absurdity goes unrecognized Skepticism is turned back at the gates by ill formed philosophies based on the unwavering power of evangelical groupthink and our species rather fascinating susceptibility to cognitive bias or errors in thinking that cause us to believe as truth that which can actually be scientifically validated as falseThis book makes a mockery of spirituality and the search for truth and meaning under the guise of the easy anxiety uelling New Age philosophies that spoon feed the stupid with Twitter sized bites of nonsense Beliefs like good things happen to good people All is right in the end If it s not right it s not the end God doesn t give you anything you can t handle To be shelved between this and this to gather dust and never to be read again Do not trade or give away you ll just be spreading the bullshitMy heart will go on

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CHARACTERS O Aluimista 109 READ & DOWNLOAD º E-book, or Kindle E-pub Û Paulo Coelho Paulo Coelho Û 9 CHARACTERS Tit Príncep i Joan Salvador Gavina auesta novel·la ha captivat milers de lectors d'arreu del món i ha obtingut un important reconeixement internacion. spoilers and bitterness ahead be forewarnedI m not sure that I can capture my utter disdain for this book in words but I ll give it a shot I read this book about three years ago and just had to re read it for book club It was a steaming pile of crap then and guess what it s a steaming pile of crap now The main reason I hate this book it s trite inspirational literature dressed up as an adventure uest You go into it thinking that it s going to be about a boy s uest for treasure If you read the back there are words like Pyramids Gypsy alchemist Turns out this is just The Purpose Driven Life dressed up with a little fable It s Hallmark Hall of Fame territory set in an exotic locale Which pisses me off to no end as I normally try to dodge that sort of thing but here it is masuerading as the type of book I normally like It s cliche didactic and poorly written Just as with Aesop s Fables there s a moral to the story And Coelho keeps backing up and running over it just to make sure that we get it and he capitalizes important key words necessary to understanding it lest we overlook their significance If there s one thing Paulo Coelho can do it s flog a dead horse Essentially boy thinks he s happy in life He s a shepherd who gets to travel the world has all of his needs met and owns a book which he can always trade for another book when he goes to market What can a boy need Boy is then told by a mysterious stranger that he s not happy at all Why not He has failed to recognize his Personal Legend Everyone has a Personal Legend which is life s plan for you However most of us give up on our Personal Legend in childhood If you are fortunate enough to hang onto and pursue your Personal Legend then The Soul of the World will help you obtain it All of nature conspires to bring you luck and good fortune so that you can fulfill your destiny whether it s to be a shepherd on a uest for treasure at the pyramids a butcher a baker a candlestick maker or one would assume a prostitute drug dealer or porn star Hey we re all fate s bitch in The Alchemist But I digress Boy seeks out his Personal Legend and finds it s a long hard road to obtaining what you want in life But with faith perseverance and just a little goshdarnit good luck the boy learns to speak the Language of the World and tap into The Soul of the World and fulfills his Personal Legend And what does he learn That what he sought was back home the place he started from Oh silly boy So in summation here is what you should learn from The Alchemist1 Dream And while you re at it dream BIG2 Follow your bliss3 Don t be surprised if you find obstacles in your way but you will overcome4 It s good to travel and encounter people from other cultures5 What we most often seek is right in front of us but sometimes we have to leave home to realize itTo all of these important life lessons I can only say Well no shit Sherlock If Coelho knew anything about alchemy he would have been able to transform this crap into gold Alas it s still crap Cross posted at This Insignificant Cinder

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CHARACTERS O Aluimista 109 READ & DOWNLOAD º E-book, or Kindle E-pub Û Paulo Coelho Paulo Coelho Û 9 CHARACTERS A través d'un llenguatge planer Coelho construeix un símbol cristal·lí sobre l'home els seus somnis i la vida en el món Comparada sovint amb El Pe. A good parable like The Prodigal Son should comfort the afflicted and afflict the comfortable The problem with this little book is that it does precisely the oppositeCoelho 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 Corollaries 1 people who don t recognize their legends are never happy 2 people who fail to realize their legends are afraid and 3 people who refuse to pursue their legends even when they know what they are are both unhappy and afraid I admit I ve left out a nuance or two here and there but not many There aren t than three or four nuances in the bookI fear that the result of taking such a message seriously will be to make the successful even self satisfied the narcissistic self absorbed and the affluent self congratulatory At the same time those who are unfortunate will blame themselves for their bad fortune those who lack self esteem will lose what little they have and the poor will see no not God as the beatitude says but the poor will see they have only themselves to blamePerhaps I am being too harsh I can see how a few individual young persons hemmed in by parental expectations and seeking their own paths may find enough hope and courage here to help them venture forth But I am convinced the damage done by books like this like The Secret The Celestine Prophecy and anything ever written by the late Dr Wayne Dyer or for that matter anything he may ever choose to channel from beyond the grave is far greater than the little good they may achieveIf you like parables don t read this book Go read a book of Hasidic tales collected by Martin Buber a book of Sufi stories collected by Idries Shah or a book of parables and sayings by Anthony de Mello insteadOr then again you could just try Jesus Jesus is always good