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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to alchimistu. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Alchimistul by Paulo Coelho. Alchimistul wlchimistul Paulo Coelho Goodreads Author. O data la cateva decenii, apare o carte care schimba pentru totdeauna viata cititorilor sai. Alchimistul lui Paulo Coelho este o astfel de carte.
Singura noastra obligatie este sa ne realizam destinul. Extraordinarul roman al lui Paulo Coelho a inspirat milioane de cititori din intreaga lume. Aceasta poveste, uluitoare in simplitatea si intelepciunea ei, este despre un pas O data la cateva decenii, apare o carte care schimba pentru totdeauna viata cititorilor sai.
Aceasta poveste, uluitoare in simplitatea si intelepciunea ei, este despre un rree andaluz pe nume Santiago care isi paraseste casa din Spania, aventurandu-se in Africa de Nord in cautarea unei comori ingropate in Piramide. Pe drum intalneste o tiganca tanara si frumoasa, un barbat care isi spune rege si un alchimist, care ii arata calea. Nimeni nu stie care este comoara sau daca Santiago poate depasi obstacolele intalnite in drumul prin desert.
Dar ceea ce incepe ca o aventura copilareasca pentru a descoperi locuri exotice si bogatii lumesti se transforma intr-o cautare alchinistul comori ce nu pot fi aflate decat inlauntrul tau. 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. Paperbackpages.
Alchmiistul by Humanitas first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Alchimistulplease sign up. Where did the saying come from: Huda Aweys It is not a new word, that Muslims have a verse in the Quran says that God created human to beings his successors in the land and make everything on …more It is not a new word, that Muslims have a verse in the Quran says that God created human to beings his successors in the land and make everything on the ground to obey us less.
See all questions about Alchimistul…. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. 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 of 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 the poor will see–no, not God, as the beatitude says, but–the poor will see they have only themselves to blame.
Perhaps 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 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 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 instead. Or then again, you could just try Jesus. Jesus is always good. View all comments. Paul Rusch As a 22 year old who has just moved out of his home country this book was very motivating and “pushing”.
I wanted to check the comments too see if oth As a 22 year old who has just moved out of his home country this book was very motivating and “pushing”. I wanted to check the comments too see if other people would feel similar.
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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 spirituality are badly mixed, and everything is so obvious. The book harps on about tapping into the Soul of the World, the Language of the World, about your one true path and other nonsense. The basic idea is that if you really want something and “listen to your heart”, the whole universe will Utter drivel.
The basic idea is that if you really want something and “listen to your heart”, the whole universe will help you achieve it if you only look for omens. A questionable idea in a world where people no longer want to work hard and achieve independently. It reads like a really bad self-help book written for 8 year old children and disguised as a symbolic parable.
I read a lot of books and I can safely say this is the worst book I have ever read. It’s only saving grace was that it was mercifully short. The problem with this book is not just that it’s bad, which it certainly is, alcbimistul 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.
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The profound lessons you’ll learn from this book amount to nothing more than several variations on the theme of “only 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.
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, only up is down” etc etc. The writing is too simple to be really bad, but it’s the content that gets you. By the end of the book you’ll want to track down the philosopher’s stone yourself and carefully beat Coelho to death with it.
I hate this book so much. 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. 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. This guy, he’s probably going to get a Nobel one day, too.
Really, I did this so you don’t have to. 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 more publisher My heart and I chatted, and we agreed, this book was short. It offered the added efficiency of a fold-over flap–something that more publishers should make an effort to do, as it makes the use of a bookmark superfluous.
In this case, this is especially true. The prose turned out to be not nearly as nicely textured. This book knows not of irony. Still, though, I needed to complete my journey. My heart tugged on my sleeve. As 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 aclhimistul have been fed a nutritious meal, alchlmistul in fact their brains are lulled into sheep-like somnambulism.
They grow fat and stupid er 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 fingers. I 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 many.
I consulted the Oracle, known across all the lands by many names. Now, there’s an alchemist for you: Queen Wiki can turn knowledge into nonsense and then back again before your very eyes. The perfect Oracle for this book. Queen Wiki turned out to be very entertaining and illuminating in alchimiwtul case. alchimistlu