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Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — The Paupo by Paulo Coelho. Paulo Coelho’s masterpiece tells the mystical story of Santiago, an Andalusian shepherd boy who yearns to travel in search of a worldly treasure. His quest will lead him to riches far different—and far more satisfying—than he ever imagined. 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 boy who yearns to travel in search of a worldly treasure.
Santiago’s journey teaches us about the essential wisdom of listening to our hearts, of recognizing opportunity and learning to read the omens strewn along life’s path, and, most importantly, to follow psulo dreams. Paperbackpages. Published May 1st by HarperCollins first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Alchemistplease sign up.
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See all questions about The Alchemist…. Lists with This Book. Aug 13, Christopher rated it it was ok. 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 paupo something to happen, you need to want it as hard as you can, without caring about anything else, not allowing yourself to doubt it, or let criticisms will get in the way then it will happen.
I disagree with this notion, not only because it is false, but because it is bad. Just because we desire dw, does not make it good. This coehlo of ‘following I really disliked this book. This idea of ‘following your heart’ is often wrong. Who are we to be the arbiters of truth? Why should our hearts be sources of information that go beyond logic, doubt and reasoning? Haven’t alchimustul all desired things that have turned out to not be in our best interest, or to be harmful to others?
Andrew Alchimsitul was a man known to have a lot of integrity. He was always alchimistu to himself and followed his heart. Andrew Jackson is the man who initiated the ‘Trail of Tears’.
Moving Native Americans from their homes and into reservations. Next, this idea of not letting ourselves doubt or consider doubts.
This is a terrible and dishonest way to live. If we don’t consider doubts, and entertain them often, then we are deliberately blinding ourselves. Deliberately making ourselves ignorant. If someone doesn’t give serious consideration to the idea that they may be wrong. 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.
Not giving heed to the concerns doubts and criticisms of others is something I believe is a major fault in modern society. Often, people fail to recognize the needs of the group and the community. We place so much emphasis on the needs and rights of the individual. This causes people to focus so much on themselves to the detriment of others around them.
At times, it can be beneficial to go against the group, but one should first give serious consideration to the groups concerns. These are people who take a totally irrational stance, and stick to it as hard as they can in complete defiance to the views of everyone around them. View all comments. Darrenstep Wish I’d read this review before buying this book. After only a few pages I can see that it’s follow-your-heart book club pap and not literary fiction Wish I’d read this review before buying this book.
After only a few pages I can see that it’s follow-your-heart book club pap and not literary fiction. Jan 08, Bill Kerwin rated it did not like it. 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 opposite. 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.
I admit I’ve left out a nuance or two here and there, but not many. There aren’t more than three or four nuances in the book.
I fear that the result pwulo taking such a message seriously will be to make the successful even more self-satisfied, the narcissistic more self-absorbed, and the affluent more 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 alchumistul poor will see–no, not God, as the beatitude says, but–the poor will see they have only themselves to blame.
Perhaps I a,chimistul 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 SecretThe Celestine Prophecyand 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 achieve. If you like parables, don’t coeelho 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 instead. Or then again, you could just try Jesus. Jesus is always good.
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Thanks guys to give me a different perspective which enables me to step back and watch it and my current views from a certain distance. Hai Quan I strongly disagree with this book themes and your ideas expressed through your review, but instead of elaborate here, to save time I invite you to ch I strongly disagree with this book themes and your ideas expressed through your review, but instead of elaborate here, to save time I invite you to check out my review of HEAVEN IS FOR REAL by Todd Burpo in my ‘read” bookshelf.
Aug 22, Sarah rated it it was ok Recommends it for: I know that translation affects the quality of writing, but I could not get into this writing style. I felt like it was totally affected and contrived. The parable-like quality was totally contrived, and I thought the “moral” was pretty stupid.
Follow your “personal legacy. Granted, I am not religious. I think god-fearing people get more out of this bc they can take that leap of faith, excuse the phrase.
If this was supposed to be a story of magic, I may have been into it. But it was supposed to be a simple story of knowing yourself. And I think, philosophically speaking, when you truly know yourself that is when you truly realize your destiny. Why do you need supernatural forces to convey that message? This was about realizing your destiny, or “personal legacy. In short, the book attempted to be deep and failed. A character simply called “boy” and short sentences doesn’t make a story a fable.
Learning from your flocks and from nature doesn’t make a character inexplicably wise.
I really got nothing out of this book. It is short though. The book came very highly recommended. Read it to judge the hype for yourself. After all, a whole dr, including Bill Clinton who I’m intothought it was a touching account that personally changed them. Then again, this is the same country who thought The Celestine Prophesy was worthwhile. Pzulo 01, Lujayn Alyamani rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: View all 83 comments.
Sep 22, Marte Patel rated it did not like it Shelves: The book was badly written, righteous, condescending, preachy, and worst of all, the ending was morally questionable. All the fables and stories are stolen from elsewhere, religious ideas and coelhho are badly mixed, and everything is so obvious.