By Paulo Coelho
Una novela sobre l. a. sorprendente historia de Brida O’Fern, una de las más jóvenes maestras en los angeles Tradición de las Hechiceras, donde l. a. magia habla todas las lenguas del corazón del hombre
"Un texto anónimo cube que cada personality, en su existencia, puede tener dos actitudes: construir o plantar.
Los constructores pueden demorar años en sus tareas, pero un día terminan y quedan limitados por sus propias paredes. l. a. vida pierde sentido cuando l. a. construcción acaba.
Los que plantan pueden sufrir tempestades y pocas veces descansan. Pero el jardín jamás cesa de crecer, y aunque exige l. a. atención del jardinero, también permite que los angeles vida sea una gran aventura. En los angeles historia de cada planta está el crecimiento de toda l. a. tierra."
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She had assumed fans of the culture of the Moon could behave in a much more in line with that sacred position. She remembered the evening she had spent with the Magus, and the way drink had hindered conversation among them in the course of their astral shuttle. “My pals may be eco-friendly with envy,” she heard an individual say. “They’ll by no means think i used to be the following. ” That was once an excessive amount of. She had to get a bit distance, to appreciate appropriately what used to be happening, and to withstand a robust hope just to go away and cross domestic sooner than she turned totally upset with every thing she’d believed in for almost a 12 months now. She hunted for Wicca, and observed her speaking and guffawing with a number of the visitors. The variety of humans dancing around the fireplace was once turning out to be greater for all time; a few have been clapping and making a song, observed through others maintaining time via beating at the empty bottles with sticks or keys. “I have to opt for a walk,” she informed Lorens. a bunch of individuals had amassed around him, fascinated with what he was once telling them approximately historic stars and the miracles of recent physics. besides the fact that, he instantly stopped conversing and requested: “Would you're keen on me to return with you? ” “No, I’d otherwise be by myself. ” She left the crowd and headed off into the woodland. The voices have been growing to be ever louder and extra raucous, and everything—the drunkenness, the reviews, the folks enjoying at being witches and wizards round the fire—became combined up in her head. She had waited goodbye for tonight, however it used to be becoming simply one other social gathering, like a type of charity dos, the place humans devour, get under the influence of alcohol, inform jokes, after which make speeches in regards to the have to support the Indians within the Southern Hemisphere or the seals on the North Pole. She begun jogging during the wooded area, consistently preserving within reach of the fireplace. She walked alongside a direction that gave her a view from above the critical stone. in spite of the fact that, visible from excessive up, the view used to be much more disappointing: Wicca was once busy circulating one of the various teams, asking if every little thing used to be okay; humans have been dancing round the hearth; a number of have been already replacing their first drunken kisses. Lorens used to be speaking animatedly to 2 males, might be approximately issues that might were superb within the environment of a bar, yet no longer at a party like this. A latecomer entered the wooden, a stranger attracted through the noise, looking for a bit enjoyable. She famous his manner of jogging. The Magus. Startled, Brida begun working go into reverse the trail. She desired to achieve him sooner than he bought to the occasion. She wanted him to aid her, as he had ahead of. She had to comprehend the that means of what used to be occurring there. Wicca definitely is aware find out how to set up a Sabbath,” concept the Magus as he approached. He may possibly see and consider the unfastened circulate of power one of the humans current. At this part of the ritual, the Sabbath resembled the other celebration; it was once very important to make sure that the entire visitors have been at the similar wavelength. At his first Sabbath, he had felt very stunned by way of all this. He remembered calling his instructor over and asking him what was once happening.