Paulo Coelho

November 16, 2007

Talking with the Devil (by Paulo Coehlo)

By Paulo Coelho For The Bali Times The man is admiring the sunset on a beautiful beach, beside his wife, enjoying well-deserved holidays. Everything seems absolutely in place, when all – Read More...
November 23, 2007

Everything Moves

By Paulo Coelho For The Bali Times Everything moves. And everything moves to a rhythm. And everything that moves produces a sound; that is happening here and all over the – Read More...
November 30, 2007

Learning from Flowers

By Paulo Coelho For The Bali Times Why go on fighting? Reader Gerson Luiz tells the story of a rose that longed for the company of the bees, but none – Read More...
December 7, 2007

To Flee from Pain, or Face It?

By Paulo Coelho For The Bali Times  When life makes us face difficult situations – such as a personal loss – we have to understand that eternity is taking one – Read More...
December 21, 2007

Our Lady’s Juggler

By Paulo Coelho For The Bali Times   A medieval legend tells us that in the country we know today as Austria, the Burkhard family – a man, a woman – Read More...
January 4, 2008

In the Wheel of Time

By Paulo Coelho For The Bali Times I had proposed to publish here, once a year, texts by Carlos Casta̱eda, an anthropologist who influenced my generation with his tales of РRead More...
January 11, 2008

Creep

By Paulo Coelho For The Bali Times Although the word is a bit on the strong side, the truth is that all of us have known a creep in our – Read More...
February 15, 2008

Responsibility and Risk

By Paulo Coelho For The Bali Times The Latin root of the word “responsibility” reveals its meaning: the capacity to respond, to react. A responsible warrior was capable of observing – Read More...
April 11, 2008

Words of Wisdom

By Paulo Coelho For The Bali Times Saint Teresa and the Jesuit Just when she is rejected by everyone as crazy or possessed by the devil, Saint Teresa of Avila – Read More...
April 25, 2008

The Two Drops of Oil

By Paulo Coelho For The Bali Times Standing above the little town of Tarifa is an old fort built by the Moors. I remember sitting here with my wife, Christina, – Read More...
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