‘But how will I know who my soulmate is?’
‘By taking risks, by risking failure, disappointment delusion, but never ceasing in your search for Love. As long as you keep looking, you will triumph in the end.’
A moving tale of love, passion, mystery and spirituality from one of my best author takes you on a journey of visible and invisible bridge. Brida is the life turning novel of Paulo Coelho, it’s because of this book that the world was introduced with the world of Shepherds, Treasures, Fear of failure and Personal Legend. This book played a key role in the success of Paulo’s other books.
Every one of us have a special quote, that just simply touches our heart and soul and puts us in some kind of trance and it stays in our mind forever. It may not look so much exhilarating or somewhat fact to others, but for us it defines our whole life, our reason of existence or our thinking. In every Paulo Coelho’s book he introduces a storm like life changing or thinking changing quote that it just sweeps you off of your feet and takes you everywhere she goes.
‘Nothing in the world is ever completely wrong. Even a stopped clock is right twice a day.’
This is the story of Brida, a beautiful young Irish girl, and her quest for knowledge. On her journey she meets a wise man who teaches her about overcoming her fears, and a woman who teaches her how to dance to the hidden music of the world. They see in her a gift, but must let her make her own voyage of discovery. As Brida seeks her destiny, she struggles to find a balance between her relationships and her desire to transform herself.
‘How, Why and where does Paulo Coelho’s get these peculiar ideas of his master class books?’
Every book he has written, he has personally gone through the experience of each character he introduces. You may call it fiction but at one point, while reading, you forget the perception of fiction and an exotic force overwhelms you and it just made you think again. I guess that’s what makes his writing, his story, his books ever so awesome. I’ve heard from people a lot that they didn’t enjoy or learn anything from Paulo’s books cuz they couldn’t understand what he was talking about, and they were not talking about his single book, but his every book. And just like always, I repeat these words (I, myself read somewhere): “If you don’t understand what Paulo Coelho was talking about, it’s alright. It’s not your fault. One cannot miss something they never had. One can never love something they never felt for. One can most definitely not understand something they don’t have any experience of.”