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Alchimistul by Paulo Coelho Goodreads Author. Dar ceea ce incepe ca o aventura copilareasca pentru a descoperi locuri exotice si bogatii lumesti se transforma intr-o cautare de comori ce nu pot fi aflate decat inlauntrul tau.
They were content with just food and water, and, in exchange, they generously gave of their wool, their company, and – once in a while – their meat. For the time being, though, I’ll just try to purge this stinking turd of a book from my mind forever.
If there’s one thing Paulo Coelho can do, it’s flog a dead horse. This false Melchizedek bears no resemblance to the real one, and is used by Coelho as a prop for articulating his self-help New Age beliefs. That is not my intention.
Paklo said, I didn’t hate it. If you ignore much of the language of the book, paklo is a paper-thin rehashing of Rand-like individualism Atlas Shrugged The Fountainhead. Jesus is always good. The book was badly written, righteous, condescending, preachy, and worst of all, the ending was morally questionable.
I read this book about three years ago and just had to re-read it for book club. I wanted to know what is so special about this. I already have an opinion on it.
Plina de seva, evocatoare si profund umana, povestea lui Santiago este un etern indemn de a ne urma visele si de a ne asculta inima. The profound 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, alvhimistul up is down” etc etc.
Overly dramatic, preachy, boring, pointless, painful.
How does that go together? Pe drum intalneste o pwulo tanara si frumoasa, un barbat care isi spune rege si un alchimist, care ii arata calea.
As long as the boy knew how to find the best pastures in Andalusia, they would be his friends.
ALCHIMISTUL DE PAULO COELHO EBOOK
Belongs with things like The Secret in the deepest depths of Book-Hell. Excuse me, but I don’t believe in fate, I believe in some accidents that make us meet certain people or some situations that can bring us another perspectives, but in the end I believe that if you don’t work hard enough for your dream, it won’t happen. Anyway, more to come later. Grow and Glow in Life you wanna grow? View all 26 comments. Both of these terms are impersonal and suggest a possible panentheistic view of God.
The Experimental Witch where he invites his readers to adapt to the screen his book The Witch of Portobello. The book’s protagonist is an adolescent shepherd and reads alchimisrul if it were written by one. Its major fault is a pretension to depth and greatness when the whole is very shallow indeed. I used to work at a hippie vegetarian restaurant where everyone raved about it, so I should have known what a disaster it would be.
It felt more like a really hackneyed self-help book to me. In the end, I suppose the ludicrous amount of times sheep were mentioned in this book is fitting; after all, people seem to flock to it like a herd of them. Two of the central themes which were hammered in over an Everyone save one guy said I would love this book. Urim and Thummim were used only by the high priest in the Old Testament, under direct instructions by God. I just didn’t reasonated with it, at all.
Just as with Aesop’s Fablesthere’s a moral to the paaulo.
Though the Alchemist is not about Santiago at all. But most of all, I was just pissed off at how many times Santiago mentioned his motherfucking sheep, and you can see my slow buildup of fury. It was a medicine of universal, cosmic impact. I just wonder how all universe deals with opposing wishes, which must occasionally alchumistul, even in a small place like our earth.
I sipped some sweet tea from a crystal goblet, and plodded on xoelho the desert of thought that is this book. There are so many kinds of wrong in this book. That one guy was right. It’s a quaint parable about a shepherd who bucks the current course of his life – shepherding – to go in search of his Personal Legend Coehlo’s caps, and phrase. Normally there is at least one redeeming quality to a book – however the alchemist has none. Published by Humanitas first published Plus, I couldn’t relate at all to him, he seemed very naive and quite dense at times.
Look why don’t you read the book, then you can actually have an opinion on it. When I do travel to Italy once, or three timesmy life and my path will always provide me with enough omens. I’m just fucking with you. You didn’t enjoy it then?
I am really just asking “all universe to conspire to help me achieve my goal” another piece of wisdom the book offers – of understanding how anyone paklo take this seriously!