Paulo Coelho

July 27, 2009

Creative Solutions

By Paulo Coelho For The Bali Times What is written A blind man was begging on the road to Mecca when a pious Muslim came over and asked whether the – Read More...
July 21, 2009

Talking about Sex (continuation)

By Paulo Coelho For The Bali Times The following notes were written during a conversation with J. in 1986. Since we need to change our attitude towards sex, what is – Read More...
July 6, 2009

The Magic Instant

By Paulo Coelho For The Bali Times We have to take risks. We can only truly understand the miracle of life when we let the unexpected manifest itself. Every day – Read More...
June 26, 2009

How the Arab People Were Created

By Paulo Coelho For The Bali Times In one of his rare writings, the Sufi wise man Hafik comments that the path of human beings on earth is filled with – Read More...
June 19, 2009

The Warrior of Light and His Temperament

By Paulo Coelho For The Bali Times The Warrior of Light can afford to live each day different from the next. He is not afraid of crying over old regrets – Read More...
June 12, 2009

The Second Chance

By Paulo Coelho For The Bali Times The Sybilines, witches capable of foretelling the future, lived in ancient Rome. One fine day one of them appeared at Emperor Tiberius’ palace – Read More...
June 5, 2009

Understanding the Enemy

By Paulo Coelho For The Bali Times The enemy without My reader Murali from India tells the story of a girl who decided to climb a mountain to visit her – Read More...
May 29, 2009

So What Do I Actually Do? (Final)

By Paulo Coelho For The Bali Times Here I bring to an end the description of a typical week in my life, in answer to requests from readers who feel – Read More...
May 22, 2009

So What Do I Actually Do? (2 of 3)

By Paulo Coelho For The Bali Times Here goes the second part of a series of three, after many readers complained about the total absence of information about my life… – Read More...
May 15, 2009

So What Do I Actually Do? (1 of 3)

By Paulo Coelho For The Bali Times Sometimes readers complain that I say very little about my private life in this column. I do talk a lot – mostly about – Read More...
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