Self Doubt In The Alchemist

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Introduction The Alchemist is a novel by Brazillian author Paulo Coelho which throws light on how a person 's will power ,dreams and sacrifises leads him to his dreams or his chosen paradise. If a person desires something how the universe conspires to help that person to realize his dream ,this can be seen through the story of Santiago ,a shepherd who believes his reccuring dream to be prophetic. The story revolves around a boy who in search of treasure finds the true meaning of life and discovers the reason behind his existence ,he explores the secrets that lie behind the human mind and finds a new meaning of the world ,how he understands the language of the world and adds new chapter to his life. the alchemist is a story that makes people realize the power of omens and forces to believe in oneself,this story states that no one else can help you except you ,this book has been a ray of hope for those who were in chaos,who failed to find the meaning of happiness. This book teaches alot ,maybe it 's another omen for a good…show more content…
It is the longest and most intimate of all relationships we will ever have but the problem is self doubt that happens because we constantly neglect ourselves ,Self-doubt brings fear, such as the fear of failure, of the dark, of being out of control, of not being good enough., and the one we take most for granted. Yet it 's extraordinary how often we feel as if we 're living inside a stranger. That’s the fear that everyone has ,a fear of being rejected ,fear of being broken ,that’s how the story connects and that’s what we find common between ourselves and Santiago ,at one point he gave up ,he doubted himself ,isn’t it what we do every time we fail but he didn’t give up ,he wanted to test his boundaries. That’s what life wants to teach us. The book -The Alchemist makes you think twice about are you giving you dreams your everything or are you loyal towards yourself, and the question lies
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