By Paulo Coelho
Maktub es una palabra que en arabe significa estaba escrito y quiere transmitirnos que es el destino el que fija y marca ciertas conexiones con nuestra vida nuestra alma y el Plan Divino. Para Paulo Coelho Maktub no es un libro de consejos sino un intercambio de experiencias . Son ensenanzas recogidas de su maestro durante as soon as anos de aprendizaje pero tambien relatos de amigos o personas que dejaron como huella un mensaje inolvidable. Son historias breves sencillas pero profundas y sumamente sabias que pertenecen a los angeles herencia espiritual de l. a. raza humana . Maktub es una excelente ocasion para reflexionar para reencontrarse con uno mismo y para valorar aquello que estaba escrito .
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I think maybe the police could’ve situated a bunch of tissues or pillows underneath the blanket just to fool me but I don’t think they would do that. 2. I walked down the street and saw a dead body lying in the street with a blanket over it. I thought about getting underneath the blanket too but I knew I wouldn’t be able to stop laughing when the police loaded me into the ambulance. 3. I saw the dead body. There were a lot of people but no one was talking to each other. I crossed the street and there was a man at the other side.
Right now I am sweaty and I feel like I have given up. And the only way to sleep is to not be anything else. More of my time is spent thinking about how I could die at any moment rather than setting goals and achieving those goals. And my goal is to be found in someone’s pool. Being dead will be the easiest thing I do. I am not accomplishing anything—my feet are shovels and all my sperm are tailless. Is good feeling. 17 THE NAP At the grocery store today I saw a very huge woman on a motorized vehicle.
I passed a girl on a cellphone. I think she was trying not to make eye contact with me. I understood that and appreciated that. I looked at my feet and forgot what I was supposed to be doing for the next couple of decades. 10. ” The dead body said nothing and we became best friends. 11. ” And I walked away and I knew what a human looked like. I saw them everywhere. 37 12. I walked up to the dead body and the policeman and I played a few games of tic-tac-toe on the dead body and the policeman kept winning because he kept taking the middle spot like a cheating motherfucker.