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By Paulo Coelho

Una novela sobre los angeles sorprendente historia de Brida O’Fern, una de las más jóvenes maestras en l. a. 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 los angeles atención del jardinero, también permite que l. a. vida sea una gran aventura. En los angeles historia de cada planta está el crecimiento de toda l. a. tierra."

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