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{Read Pdf} » O Príncipe e a Singularidade - Um Conto Circular ì Esta a hist ria do Pr ncipe, tamb m conhecido por Mestre ou, por vezes, por Francisco Mais ou menos imortal, atravessa os mil nios lutando contra o Desejo e a Rejei o, as causas da Infelicidade e do Mal Falha sempre os seus objectivos, at ao momento em que se desinteressa da sua cruzada e decide morrer, o que n o acontece Em vez disso, promovido O Pr ncipe e a Singularidade Um Conto Circular prop e um Mito da Cria o fict cio, arrebatando os leitores atrav s de uma hist ria agitada, imaginativa e provocadora, que os far questionar as suas convic es pessoais sobre a ess ncia da vidaSimultaneamente divertido e controverso, pode ser visto como uma par dia her tica s ortodoxias religiosas, como uma vers o carinhosa e sens vel da ascens o de um Bodhisattva ou como bem, depende de quem estiver a ler, realmenteO que o leitor retirar deste conto depende do que j trouxer consigo Este um livro para despertar dios ou paix es mas que, seguramente, n o deixar ningu m indiferente sua mensagem divertida, terna e provocante I ll admit it books about metaphysics are boring They re so abstract and non committal, I feel like I m ending a relationship rather than putting a book back on the shelf Thank goodness there are some good books about metaphysics that don t follow the same dreary format, and that book is Pedro Barrento s The Prince and the Singularity A Circular Tale The title is appropriate thanks for being clear the main character named the Prince decides to battle Greed and Revenge inside humanity s I ll admit it books about metaphysics are boring They re so abstract and non committal, I feel like I m ending a relationship rather than putting a book back on the shelf Thank goodness there are some good books about metaphysics that don t follow the same dreary format, and that book is Pedro Barrento s The Prince and the Singularity A Circular Tale The title is appropriate thanks for being clear the main character named the Prince decides to battle Greed and Revenge inside humanity s core by delivering a message of peace to the world Though his intentions are good, the Prince faces obstacles that keep repeating, just like the creation of the world.Although many metaphysical tales use references and characters from the Bible, Quran, or other archaic sources, The Prince and the Singularity takes the messages from well known texts and turns it into a new story, one that people today can relate to The Prince doubts himself every step of his way as he watches people commit heinous acts, causing him to fall deeper into doubt until he rescues himself with his own resolve What I like the most about this book is that it has a soft flow to it as gentle as putting a hand into a crystal clear bath It s easy to read and the messages within the book are easy to understand This book, if it were personified, would make other books jealous over its simplistically written deepness Within the deepness, there isn t a condescending jerk waiting to save your soul or pretend that everything makes sense just because there s a thing called religion The author doesn t try to persuade you with abstract ideals or promises of damnation He lays out the message and gives you room to accept or reject what he s putting out there For optimistic readers in need of a soothing relationship with metaphysics, The Prince and the Singularity is one of the best options out there There are many lessons to be learned here if one tries in this new ageish pseudoprofound fable based on author s personal belief system or philosophy The main one I learned is that Barrento should stick to fiction and produce perfectly enjoyable books like his prior novel This was much too much of various thoughts, believes and ideas jammed together in a blender and set to find morals It s a morality fable, but with entirely too many messages and just enough confusion to come across as weight There are many lessons to be learned here if one tries in this new ageish pseudoprofound fable based on author s personal belief system or philosophy The main one I learned is that Barrento should stick to fiction and produce perfectly enjoyable books like his prior novel This was much too much of various thoughts, believes and ideas jammed together in a blender and set to find morals It s a morality fable, but with entirely too many messages and just enough confusion to come across as weighty and recondite There is a specific sort of person to whom this will appeal, this strange trip of a story Otherwise, if you re just looking to readwork by the author after reading his novelkeep looking Glad to see he found a philosophy that works for him, but to write an entire book about it just seems so unnecessary, self aggrandizing and even arrogant in a way Almost like those actors who go passionately and occasionally misguidedly into otherserious venues and you just want to tell them to get back to acting It was written well enough and seems to be quite loved by other readers, so that s something But how exactly do you get out of a story what you put in it Wouldn t you like to get out of the story what the author has out in it Or does it mean there is just enough randomness in here to possibly get everyone s attention in some way Like a philosophical theological smorgasbord of sorts Not for me Time was wasted, but at least it was relatively brief By Clair View, onUK This is a brisk, no holds barred examination of Creation from the standpoint first of Greek Mythology, rapidly followed up by the orthodoxies of Buddhism, Christianity, particle physics, and then a further alternate mythology that seems to be all the author s own Never a dull moment, therefore, and frequent touches of humour,pathos, and some fine poetic writing along the way I doubt you will have read much in this vein before because it is a very original way of lo By Clair View, onUK This is a brisk, no holds barred examination of Creation from the standpoint first of Greek Mythology, rapidly followed up by the orthodoxies of Buddhism, Christianity, particle physics, and then a further alternate mythology that seems to be all the author s own Never a dull moment, therefore, and frequent touches of humour,pathos, and some fine poetic writing along the way I doubt you will have read much in this vein before because it is a very original way of looking at things, but fans of Pratchett and Coelho in particular will find some resonances here Recommended for everyone who has ever wondered What are we doing here And where the hell is here anyway I saw this book advertised with the ads on facebook the other day and the advertisement blurb intrigued me enough to look further into it Before I knew it, I was buying the book and am very glad I did I don t think I ve ever read anything like it before and won t ever again I m not exactly sure what drew me to the book, there was just something there I had to read it I ve discovered a great many books just by chance that way before.The story and words just draw you in There s almost a sm I saw this book advertised with the ads on facebook the other day and the advertisement blurb intrigued me enough to look further into it Before I knew it, I was buying the book and am very glad I did I don t think I ve ever read anything like it before and won t ever again I m not exactly sure what drew me to the book, there was just something there I had to read it I ve discovered a great many books just by chance that way before.The story and words just draw you in There s almost a smooth poetic feel to the it all I couldn t put it down until it was done It really makes you think and wonder It has stayed in my mind nearly constantly since I finished it and that to me is a sign of a great book