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THE ALCHEMIST This story went through so many phases and stages Some of them really touched me others I didnt even bothered to go over them again but in the other hand few phrases stopped me forced me to analyze my personality and some of them I really believed in In my opinion people who really want to find their destines or people who cant find the right track back to their beliefs or lost hope in their dreams they once had them and believed in them they should read this story Santiago was a boy who made his dream come true Eventhough every time he gets closer to his dream life gets harder and harder on him He met people he never thought he would ever expose to He traveled through the fields when he had his flock of sheep then he went through the enormous desert that stabbed his heart with the greatest experience ever Then the oasis was another place he have been too it was where he found love for the first time found the language of the world It was where he became the wind talked to the sun and saw god For such young boy like Santiago the whole experience was another life that he lived for more than two years The omens were basic elements that played important and fatal role through his journeyMAKTOUB was the word that he believed the most when he found god Thus he understood he continued his endless journey towards his dream Never feared of what the future may hold because he trusted his heart he spoke to his dream and believed in his omens He realized that what is written by the hands of god will never going to change no matter what In each an every place the young boy went to he took something from it that he will treasure for all time and left something important
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