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| The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho |

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Today I finished reading The Alchemist. Extraordinary Extraordinary book!

When you read a good book, you really don’t need to say much, your friends and family start to notice that even your words and way of communication changes.(In a good way).

”The word courage assumed a new meaning for me today. I’m at the stage in my life where a lot of people will ask me so ‘WHAT NEXT?’

”Courage! Courage is following your heart even when odds are not in your favor.”

”Courage is the ability to decide your destiny, to put in tremendous effort in discovering yourself.”

  • Being concerned with what people think can destroy living. I want to live, really live and not just exist.
  • I want to have dreams and experience the joy that comes with fulfillment.

”Courage is being willing to pay the price for what you want.”

  • Not following my dream in the long run will hurt me much more. I should ask myself what do I have to lose? As Dale Carnegie puts it, ”keep my line of supply open”.

”Intuition is really a sudden immersion of the soul into the Universal Current of Life, where the histories of all people are connected.”

”I cannot be afraid of the unknown, I have to set forth and believe my heavenly Father will connect the dots. All I need to do is set forth and take a step.”

”Love never keeps a man from pursuing his destiny, if a man abandons that pursuit, it’s because it wasn’t true love.”

”Its not just the prize, the journey to getting that prize changes us…When one evolves, everything around that thing evolves as well.”

”Lastly, I need to pursue what is presently in my heart and allow that journey transform me.”


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