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The Life And Creative Works Of Paulo Coelho

Author : Claude-Helene Mayer
ISBN : 9783319596389
Genre : Psychology
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This book assesses the life and success of the writer Paulo Coelho, one of the most fascinating and contemporary writers in the world, through new lenses. It applies a positive psychology perspective and contributes to using innovative theories in psychobiographical studies. This study explores the development of holistic wellness (HWM) and faith development (FDT) throughout the writer's life. It presents radical changes in spirituality, self-direction, love and faith across the life span. Further, it analyses the development of Coelho’s relationship with God and the creation of meaningfulness through his belief and writing. This study contributes to a new era of psychobiographical works within the positive psychology framework.


Author : Paulo Coelho
ISBN : 1782434909
Genre : Reference
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An inspirational selection of quotations on love from the works of one of the world's most celebrated authors.A beautiful and thought-provoking collection of quotes on the eternal subject of love, selected from the works of one of the world's most widely read and respected authors. With beautiful full-colour artwork throughout, Love contains inspirational quotes from such beloved Coelho titles as Eleven Minutes, The Valkyries, The Zahir and, of course, the international bestseller The Alchemist. Known as an alchemist of words, Paulo Coelho has an extraordinary and insightful perspective on life, and his words have inspired and won over millions of readers worldwide. Visually stunning and enlightening, this is a must-have book for Coelho fans to treasure.

Desert Island Discs Flotsam Jetsam

Author : Mitchell Symons
ISBN : 9781448127443
Genre : Games & Activities
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Flotsam & Jetsam is the ultimate trivia book for fans of the popular BBC Radio 4 programme Desert Island Discs, and a fascinating introduction for all those who have yet to discover its delights. Taking the reader through seven decades of wonderful entertainment, here is an absorbing range of facts, figures and miscellany – including who chose what, and why. It also reveals much about the castaways' drives and motivations, their influences and, of course, their lives. Spanning the early years with the original presenter, Roy Plomley, and the present day, the Desert Island Discs programme has brought its own unique surprises to listeners, some very personal, some humorous, such as Eric Morecambe's choice of a deckchair as his luxury and Ernie Wise's of a deckchair ticket machine. From Beethoven to the Beatles, from chessboards and chocolate to Jane Austen and Zola, Flotsam & Jetsam is the perfect companion guide to the national treasure that is Desert Island Discs.

The Facts On File Companion To The World Novel

Author : Michael Sollars
ISBN : 9781438108360
Genre : Fiction
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Spanish Steps

Author : Tim Moore
ISBN : WISC:89085229763
Genre : Christian pilgrims and pilgrimages
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Bill Bryson’sA Walk in the WoodsmeetsMonty Python and the Holy Grail. With a donkey. Being larger than a cat, the donkey falls into that category of animal that Tim Moore is at least slightly scared of. Yet, intrigued by epic accounts of a pilgrimage undertaken by one in three medieval Europeans, and strangely committed to historical authenticity, he finds himself leading a Pyrenean ass named Shinto into Spain, headed for Santiago de Compostela. Nuzzling businessmen at a city-centre zebra crossing, or shuffling after some policewomen across a broiled and lonely plain, the pair bring a smile to every local face. Over 500 miles of extreme weather, agonizing bestial sloth and triple-bunk dormitories, it becomes memorably apparent that for the multinational band of eccentrics who keep the Santiagan flame alive, the pilgrimage has evolved from a purely devotional undertaking into a mobile therapist’s couch. Ludicrous, heart-warming and improbably inspirational,Spanish Stepsis the story of what happens when a rather silly man tries to walk all the way across a very large country, with a very large animal who doesn’t really want to. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Travel Tourism And Identity

Author : Gabriel R. Ricci
ISBN : 9781351301107
Genre : Social Science
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Travel, Tourism and Identity addresses the psychological and social adjustments that occur when people make contact with others outside their social, cultural, or linguistic groups. Whether such contact is the result of tourism, seeking exile, or relocating abroad, the volume's contributors demonstrate how one's identity, cultural assumptions, and worldview can be brought into question. In some cases, the traveller finds that bridging the social and cultural gap between himself and the new society is fairly easy. In other cases, the traveller discovers that reorienting himself requires absorbing a new cultural history and traditions. The contributors argue that making these adjustments will surely enhance the traveller's or tourist's experience; otherwise the traveller or tourist will be at risk of becoming a marginalized figure, one disconnected from the society that surrounds him. This latest volume in the Culture & Civilization series features a collection of essays on travel and tourism. The essays cover a range of topics from historical travels to modern social identities. They discuss ancient travels, contemporary travels in Europe, Africa and sustainable eco-tourism, and the politics of tourism. Essays also address experiences of Grenada's "Spice Island" identity, and the effects of globalization and migrations on personal identity.

Less Is More

Author : Brian Draper
ISBN : 9780745958644
Genre : Religion
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Brian Draper was tired of feeling tired; “life in its fullness” felt like a life crammed full of stuff, and no more. "I don't want to be the kind of father who turns up late and exhausted for his children's school concert and sits at the back fiddling with a Blackberry, distracted, vacant. I want to be THERE, in the front row, fully present." Drawing on the guidance of Christian wisdom, he began to notice opportunities, day to day, to reduce the quantity, and increase the quality of life - to make room for his soul. LESS IS MORE distils a wonderful spiritual principle which is especially significant at this point in history, when time is limited and money is in short supply. Chapters include: Clearing the loft - literally and spiritually; Using your senses to savour what is free; Finding rhythm; Giving freely; Expressing yourself.

The Author

Author : Raquel Pagno
ISBN : 9781547567980
Genre : Fiction
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The Author by Raquel Pagno Evil will always heed the callings. Simas Sigmund is about to release his first book: My Demon. Encouraged by his wife, Margaret, he eventually persuaded himself to resume the old dream of youth. But being the author of a book full of demonic invocations causes him an unexplained discomfort and an ominous shiver every time he has to face his own work. Not only the nervousness of the debut, Simas suffers from nightmares where his demon blackmails him and threatens the people he loves. Everything seems to be nothing more than a mere joke played on his unhealthy mind, until the nightmares become real. The devil needs a full life, and only the pen that put him to sleep forever in the last pages of the novel can bring him back.

The Heritage Of Hermes

Author : Alexandra Lembert
ISBN : 3931397521
Genre : Alchemy in literature
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A Handpicked Few From The One Thousand And One Night Stories

Author : Azita Motavalli
ISBN : 178697083X
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The One Thousand And One Nights Stories which have roots in Persia have been transmitted orally for centuries until they were gathered in books. The reason behind the lasting of the tales, apart from the beauty of the storyteller's imagination and the usage of the engaging story-within-a-story device, is the stories' ability to adapt themselves to the present time. For centuries people from different eras have found the events, thoughts, beliefs and the characteristics of their period in these tales. For instance in the story of Three Sisters, the Talking Bird, which is aware of all secrets, is like a computer with numerous files saved on its vast memory. Such is the charisma of The One Thousand And One Nights Stories that writers and filmmakers across the world have employed them frequently in their works. The Dream, a story in this collection which has been used as the backdrop for Paulo Coelho's successful novel The Alchemist, is an example.

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