Trailer ✓ El Regalo de la Felicidad/ The Gift of Acabar: Una Bella Parabola Para Alcanzar La Plenitud (Autoayuda/ Self-Help) PDF by ✓ Og Mandino 16 What a great teaching from Mandino Mandino is a master at creating fictional stories that are life teachings What a great way to discipline a teen with a negative attitude Require them to read a chapter or two and talk to you about the chapters I promise you that the teen will finish the book and thank you in their adult life for effecting their life in a positive way.
Two Experts At Tugging On One S Heartstrings Have Created An Enchanting Parable You Will Never Forget After You Have Opened Your Heart To The Brave Child Who Sent Up A Giant Kite To Capture A Stare And Received Far Than He ExpectedAll Tulo Had Wanted Was Some Light And Warmth To Sustain Him And His Tiny Sister Through The Terrible Storm And Darkness But This Star, This Celestial Cinder Of Light Which Came Floating Down To The Besieged Village Of Kalvala In The Folds Of Tulo S Red Kite, Was Far Than ThatFor One Thing, Star Acabar Could Talk Hear Me, Tulo Adversity Is Not A Curse, It Is A Blessing Show Me A Human Being Who Has Never Suffered Adversity And I Ll Show You The Most Unhappy Person On Earth You Live In A World Filled With People Making Excuses For Their Failure Because It Is Always Easier To Quit Than To Keep Trying Why Did This Small Star Risk His Very Existence On This Unusual Mission To Earth, His First In Many Centuries I Came Here To Help You Live At Peace With Yourself, Tulo, So That You Can Fulfill Your Own Destiny With Pride And A Contented Heart And You Will If You Heed My Words And Also Make Good Use Of My Gift For All Those Who Dream Of Changing Their Lives For The Better, Acabar S Words And His Gift Now Also Belong To You My friend had been suggesting this to me since last year And I ve only decided to read this last week As a break to the current genre I ve been reading, this book is really great Inspirational and all If not, it just serves as a reminder Even if the facts the star states are pretty obvious, we often forget about those things, so reading that in a book and reminding me to never give up to make even a slight change for this place is nice So all in all, the story is very simple It s just a fun read, and entertaining and a good use for my time.
A welcome break from my usual go to genre of suspense, fantasy and horror A light read, Og Mandino s The Gift of Acabar is reminiscent of Coelho s The Alchemist the wisdom in Acabar and later on Lirra s Credenda will also trigger memories of Desiderata This quick, easy read is an instant jolt of inspiration Indeed, a good read during the Lenten season my National bookstore mailing list did not disappoint Two thumbs up.
Jak Ma y Ksi Ale nie ca kiem.
This was one of the books I read when I was in Grade School as part of our requirements for our English class We were not able to finish the book but I did When I started it, it did not interest me that much I just read it for my report on the fourth chapter After a while, I no longer read it for the sake of our class discussions but because I was simply driven with the story The ending left me in tears One of the greatest books I read.



This is an inspirational read that explains the Kingdom of Forever in a manner that will enchant children and adults alike Perhaps a bit preachy, but not necessarily so Can be read in one or two sittings as it is a short book with a powerful message Crenada, indeed.
Though I find it a little preachy, the inspiration and lessons this book imparts is timeless The chapter on the Credenda is like a condensed edition of inspirational lines one reads one at a time at the start of each day Though this is not found on the Credenda, the one line that stuck with me is adversity is not a curse, it is a blessing This is a great read for schools, church or support group gatherings The fictional presentation lends some entertainment value making the book s lessons effective.
I am not sure what drew my eyes to this tattered edition of The Gift of Acabar at a bookstore I think I was drawn by the idea of a fable that revolved around stars Set in Finland,Og Mandino creates in this fable basic ideas of living life with courage and meaning.
I was fine with most of the book, but I was absolutely baffled by the ending There are obvious Christian overtones to the book, and the ending perhaps was based on Jesus That is what stops me from loving the book I like it because there were certain passages of meaning and beauty There were some universal truths that spoke to me It reminded me of the time I devoured Richard Bach s The Seagull thinking that was the greatest book I have ever read Smile How our reading interests change with time