Paulo Coehlo’s Manual of the Warrior of Light

Posted on Oct 06, 2007 under inspirational |
When a warrior is a victim of some injustice, he usually tries to be alone, in order not to show his pain to others.This is both good and bad.

It is one thing to allow one’s heart to heal its wounds slowly, but it is quite another to sit all day in deep contemplation for fear of seeming weak.

Inside each of us there lives an angel and a devil, and their voices are very alike. Confronted by a problem, the devil encourages that solitary conversation, trying to show us how vulnerable we are. The angel makes us reflect upon our attitudes and occasionally needs someone else’s mouth to reveal itself.

A warrior balances solitude and dependence.”

2 Responses to “Paulo Coehlo’s Manual of the Warrior of Light”

  1. aart hilal Says:

    Hello Ylan!
    I’m also a big Paulo Coelho fan and I don’t know if you’ve heard about his blog
    http://www.paulocoelhoblog.com
    I started as a fan and now I’m collaborating with him and thought that you would like to enter his universe.
    Check out the blog, if you want, or subscribe to his newsletter
    http://www.warriorofthelight.com/engl/index.html

    You’ll see a community of warriors of light sharing ideas, dreams and most importantly following their personal legend.

    QUOTE OF THE DAY:
    “Life always waits for some crisis to occur
    before revealing itself at its most brilliant.”

    See you there and have a great day!
    Aart

  2. Ylan Says:

    Thanks Aart!

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