Love accepts its companion unconditionally and allow each to grow in his or her own way.

Paulo Coelho

Paulo Coelho

Profession: Novelist
Nationality: Brazilian


Love accepts its companion unconditionally and allow each to grow in his or her own way. Paulo Coelho

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God has a prepared path for us to follow. We just have to read the omens he has left for us.

If God leads the sheep so well, he will also lead a man.

The ‘insane' always believe in first impressions.

Love is an untamed force. When we try to control it, it destroys us. When we try to imprison it, it enslaves us. When we try to understand it, it leaves us feeling lost and confused.

A lot of doctors before me have done similar studies and reached the conclusion that normality is merely a matter of consensus; that is, a lot of people think something is right, and so that thing becomes right.

It's because I dream of being accepted and respected, though I don't owe anything to anyone. Why do I need that? I waste my time on worries, regrets, and darkness - a darkness that only enslaves me, chaining me to a rock where I'm served up as food for birds of prey, a rock that I can no longer leave.

Every day was there to be lived or to mark one's departure from this world.

Losing a battle or losing everything we thought we possessed will bring us moments of sadness. But when those moments pass, we will discover the hidden strength that exists in each of us, a strength that will surprise us and increase our self-respect.

In his dissertation about Vitriol, he would have to include a long chapter on sex. After all, so many neuroses and psychoses had their origins in sex. He believed that fantasies were electrical impulses from the brain, which, if not realized, released their energy into other areas.

But everything Had changed , the oasis would never again have the same meaning it had had only yesterday . it will no longer be a place with fifty thousand palm trees and three hundred wells . from that day on , the oasis would be an empty place.

The Warrior looks at the column of Fear, where he reads: you are about to enter an unknown and dangerous world where all that you have learned up to now will be of no use whatsoever.

What am I doing here, trying to make my way in a spiritual tradition whose roots are in the remote past, far from all the challenges of the present moment?

For the first time, I will avoid anything that makes me suffer, because suffering is not a virtue.. I will not complain about life, saying, "Everything is always the same and I have nothin' 2 change it". Because I'm livin' this day as if it were my first and, while it lasts, I will discover things that I didn't even know were there.

Everyday was the same, and when each day is the same as the next, its because people fail to recognize the good things that happen in their lives everyday the sun rises.