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اثر پائولو کوئیلو از انتشارات نشر ثالث - مترجم: حسین نعیمی-داستان فلسفی

نشستم و گریه کردم
گفته شد، هر چیز که در این رودخانه می افتد، پرک و پروانه و پرهای پرندگان ... همه و همه در بستر آن بدل به سنگ می شوند
آه
اگر می توانستم قلبم را از سینه بیرون آورده و به جریان آن بسپارم
پس آن گاه، نه دردی داشتم نه خاطره ای
نه تاسفی ... نه آهی


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دختری روستایی که برای شرکت در سخنرانی عشق دوران کودکیش در یک مهمانی به سفری یک هفته ای میره و در این یک هفته که با عشق کودکیش سپری می کنه متوجه میشه که عشقش خودش رو وقف زندگی روحانی کرده و زندگیش دچار تحولاتی میشه .
اثار معروف آقای کوئیلو سطح توقع بالایی در خواننده ایجاد میکنه که ممکنه کتاب فوق توقع خواننده رو نتونه برطرف کنه ولی در کل کتابیه که ارزش مطالعه رو داره و تجربیات یه آدم متفاوت در جامعه رو نشون میده.

مشاهده لینک اصلی
مثل همه ی کتاب های پائولو کویلو خیلی تاثیر گذار بود
یک بار دیگر میخوانم تا آخر همین هفته
یک چیزی در من باید بیدار شود

مشاهده لینک اصلی
This is another book of Coelho which couldnt give me satisfaction as what The Alchemist does. I learn a lot from The Alchemist.

However, it still a nice one.
It gives proof that Coelho has a deep knowledge and skills about diverse religions, although it is clear that that He has more about Christianity. However, it might be hard for those non-Christianity readers when they read this book (this is only a guess).

Above all, I do believe that GOD has feminine face. Why I can say that? Well, we are, humans, were created through GODs image. And I believe that each of us has both, feminine and masculine factors. It just a matter of in what context we put ourselves.

I love the way Coelho says in this book, that every religions put different names for GOD. Thus, every religion are good. Unfortunately, I still cant find the right quotation of it.

Last, I do feel grateful for Coelho. He reminds me to keep on believing GODs will in my life. To not easily give up, since there always be a rainbow after rain...

مشاهده لینک اصلی
Ok where do I start. Personally for me, whenever you mix religion with a special type of philosophy I get this sense as if someone is calling my name. This book called my name. The character Pilar reflects us all in a way. The man in the story (completely nameless) has loved ever since they were little. They go about roaming in the street for a vacation, but her religion takes a whole different turn.

He guides her through life in a span of a week. Thats pretty cool. They keep mentioning Her. As is the Virgin Mary, mother of Jesus and mother to all. What kept me reading was how they discussed god consisting of both male and female. God has a face of a woman and a man. I know, shocking... this is just a VERY brief summary to what the book has to offer. Coelho never disappoints. (Except for The Spy, Im not really sure what he was thinking.)

مشاهده لینک اصلی
Este libro me costó mucho leerlo. Me parecó muy aburrido.

مشاهده لینک اصلی
აი, ისეთი წიგნია რა, ზაფხულში ზღვაზე დასასვენებლად მიმავალი სულელი გოგო მოდის გამო რომ ჩააგდებს ჩანთაში. მერე პლიაჟზე ყოველ მეორე გასვლისას 10 გვერდს რომ წაიკითხავს. ერთი თვის მერე თბილისში ჩამოსული წიგნის ნახევრამდეც რომ არ იქნება მისული და მომავალი ერთი წლის განმავლობაში კითხვაზე, ბოლოს რა წაიკითხეო, კოელიოს რიო პედრას ნაპირიო რომ უპასუხებს. ძალიან მაგარი რამეაო.

مشاهده لینک اصلی
B E A U T I F U L is the appropriate word to describe this novel. ;)
A Novel of Forgiveness and Self-Discovery -- what else could you possibly wish for? :p

The story could more easily be described as a story of love, as it strives to show that “true love is an act of total surrender”. At a deeper level, Paulo Coelho also gives the message that there are no rules when it comes to love. :D

The novel also shows how @[email protected] of love is ridiculously connected to fairy tales (as quoted from the book):
Theres nothing deeper than love. In fairy tales, the princesses kiss the frogs, and the frogs become princes. In real life, the princesses kiss princes, and the princes turn into frogs.
LOL,if I will put this into simpler words, it would be:
Theres nothing deeper than MARRIAGE. In fairy tales, when princesses and princes get married, the princes turn into kings but in real life situation, when a man marries a woman, the man will be legally @[email protected] as the husband and get fed up with the married life which (most likely -__-) he got himself with and sooner or later they will turn into FROGS -- JERKS. And the man and woman who were madly in love before would ask for legal help and go for a divorce.

I am absolutely NOT AGAINST marriage, but sadly, divorce has been a recent routine for most of the disrupted couples in the world.
DIVORCE or ANNULMENT have always been an issue and ironically, a solution for an unwanted marriage :(

Lastly, I think the novel calls the attention of all the men, soon-to-be-husbands and BOYFRIENDS in the world. It covertly and indirectly teaches all men to believe in women and to stop discriminating womens effort and strength. (As quoted again from the book):
He thinks Im weak, cowardly, unable to fight for what I want. Even without a kiss, the princess is transformed into a frog.


@[email protected]

ooooooh~ Before I end my review, I will (again) quote a passage from the book (which I loved <3 hihi):
@Waiting is painful. Forgetting is painful. But not knowing which to do is the worst kind of [email protected]

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