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    Download PDF MANUSCRIPT FOUND IN ACCRA (PB) - EXPORT | PDF books Ebook Free Download Here. Manuscript Found in Accra by Paulo Coelho - Excerpt - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. Jerusalem awaits the. The #1 International Bestselling author of THE ALCHEMIST reveals in this deeply thoughtful novel that the great wisdom of life is that we can be masters.

    With an OverDrive account, you can save your favorite libraries for at-a-glance information about availability. Find out more about OverDrive accounts. Paulo Coelho was born in Brazil and has become one of the most widely read and loved authors in the world. Especially renowned for The Alchemist and Eleven Minutes, he has sold more than million books worldwide and has been translated into We want your feedback! Click here. Manuscript Found in Accra by Paulo Coelho ebook. Subjects Fiction Literature. The incredible new novel from the 1 internationally bestselling author of The Alchemist.

    Dec 31, Pages. Apr 02, Pages. Apr 02, Minutes. Or to drive away whatever is causing fear. Anxiety was born in the very same moment as mankind. And since we will never be able to master it, we will have to learn to live with it—just as we have learned to live with storms. As the wise man speaks of loyalty, fear, bravery and solitude, of love, sex, beauty and elegance, his words offer truth and guidance, and reveal the human values that have endured throughout time—then as now, his words reveal who we are, what we fear and what we hope for the future.

    The latest novel from the 1 internationally best-selling author of The Alchemist. There is nothing wrong with anxiety. Or to drive away whatever is causing our fear. He has summoned the townspeople to address their fears with truth: Joy will be replaced by grief.

    Peace will give way to war. None of us can know what tomorrow will hold, because each day has its good and its bad moments. So, when you ask your questions, forget about the troops outside and the fear inside. Our task is not to leave a record of what happened on this date for those who will inherit the Earth; history will take care of that. Therefore, we will speak about our daily lives, about the difficulties we have had to face.

    This eBook edition includes a Reading Group Guide. He has flirted with death, escaped madness, dallied with drugs, withstood torture, experimented with magic and alchemy, studied philosophy and religion, read voraciously, lost and recovered his faith,… More about Paulo Coelho.

    Read An Excerpt. Paperback —. Even though, during the night, we wake up thinking: I wish I was like the. I wish I was like the wind, for no one knows where it comes from nor where it goes, and it can change direction without ever having to explain why. The next day, however, we remember that the birds are always fleeing from hunters and larger birds, and that the wind sometimes gets caught up in a whirlwind and destroys everything around it.

    Its nice to dream that we will have plenty of time in the future to do our traveling, and that, one day, we will travel. It cheers us up because we know that we are capable of doing more than we do. Dreaming carries no risks.

    The dangerous thing is trying to transform your dreams into reality. But the day will come when Fate knocks on our door. It might be the gentle tapping of the Angel of Good Fortune or the unmistakable rat-a-tat-tat of the Unwanted Visitor. They both say: Change now! Not next week, not next month, not next year. The angels say: We always listen to the Unwanted Visitor.

    And we change everything because he scares us; we change vil lage, habits, shoes, food, behavior. We cant convince the Unwanted Visitor to allow us to stay as we are. There is no discussion. We also listen to the Angel of Good Fortune, but we ask him: Where will this lead? To a new life, comes the answer.

    And we think: We have a few problems in our life, but nothing that cant be solved in time. We must serve as an example to our parents, our teachers, our children, and keep to the correct path. Our neighbors expect us to teach everyone the virtue of perseverance, to struggle against adversity and overcome obstacles.

    And we feel proud of ourselves. And we are praised because we refuse to change, continuing instead in the direction Fate has chosen for us. Because the correct path is the path of nature, which is constantly changing, like the dunes in the desert. Those who think that the mountains dont change are wrong; they are born out of earthquakes, are eroded by wind and rain, and each day are slightly different even though we do not notice.

    The mountains change and are pleased: Its good not to be the same all the time, they say to one another. Those who think the trees dont change are wrong. They have to accept that they will be bare in winter and clothed in summer.

    And they reach beyond the place where they were planted because the birds and the wind scatter their seeds. The trees are glad. I thought I was just one tree and now I see that I am many, they say to their children springing up around them.

    Nature is telling us: And those who do not fear the Angel of Good For tune understand that they must go forward despite their fear. Despite their doubts. Despite recriminations. Despite threats. They confront their values and prejudices. They hear the advice of their loved ones, who say: Why do that? You have everything you need: Dont run the risk of becoming a stranger in a strange land.

    Nevertheless, they risk taking a first step sometimes out of curiosity, sometimes out of ambition, but generally because they feel an uncontrollable long ing for adventure.

    At each bend in the road, they feel more and more afraid, and yet, at the same time, they surprise them selves; they are stronger and happier. That is one of the main blessings of the All Pow erful. If we are happy, we are on the right road.

    Fear gradually ebbs away, because it wasnt given what it felt was its due importance. One question persists as we take our first steps along the path: Will my decision to change make other peo ple suffer? But if you love someone, then you want your beloved to be happy. You might feel frightened for him initially, but that feeling soon gives way to pride at seeing him doing what he wants to do, and going where he always dreamed of going. Later, we might begin to experience a sense of aban donment and helplessness.

    But travelers meet other people on the road who are feeling just the same.

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    As they talk, they realize that they are not alone; they become traveling companions and share their solutions to various obstacles. And they all feel wiser and more alive than they thought they were. When they are lying in their tents, unable to sleep and overwhelmed by sadness and regret, they say to Tomorrow, and only tomorrow, will I take another step. Besides, I can always turn back because I know the road. But one more step wont make much difference. Until one day, without warning, the road stops test ing the traveler and begins to treat him generously.

    The travelers troubled spirit takes pleasure in the beauties and the challenges of the new landscape. And each step, which had until then been merely automatic, becomes instead a conscious step. Rather than speaking to him of the solace of security, it teaches him the joy of facing new challenges.

    The traveler continues his journey. He doesnt com plain of boredom now; he complains, rather, that he is tired.

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    But at that point he rests, enjoys the landscape, and then carries on. Instead of spending his whole life destroying the roads he was afraid of following, he begins to love the road he is on. Even if his final destination remains a mystery, even if, at some point, he makes a wrong decision, God sees. What continues to trouble him is not what happens, but a fear that he wont know how to deal with it. Once he has decided to follow his path and has no alternative, he discovers that he has great willpower and that events bend to his decisions.

    Difficulty is the name of an ancient tool that was created purely to help us define who we are. Religions teach that faith and transformation are the only ways of drawing near to God. Faith shows us that we are never alone. Transformation helps us to love the mystery. And when everything seems dark, and we feel alone and helpless, we wont look back, for fear of seeing the changes that have taken place in our soul. We will look ahead.

    We will not fear what happens tomorrow, because yesterday we had someone watching over us. And that same Presence will remain at our side. That Presence will shelter us from suffering. Or It will give us the strength to face it with dignity.

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    We will go farther than we think. We will seek out. And we will be surprised when we get there how much easier it was than we had imagined. The Unwanted Visitor visits those who dont change and those who do.

    But those who did change can say: My life was an interesting one. I didnt squander my blessing. And to those who believe that adventures are dan gerous, I say, try routine; that kills you far more quickly. As the wise man speaks of loyalty, fear, bravery and solitude, of love, sex, beauty and elegance, his words offer truth and guidance, and reveal the human values that have endured throughout time—then as now, his words reveal who we are, what we fear and what we hope for the future.

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