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A doce Alcíone pede para voltar à Terra e acompanhar o grande amor de seu passado, Carlos, numa nova existência de provas, sacrifícios e reparações. Em um exemplo de profunda dedicação ao próximo, ela demonstra toda sua lealdade ao ajudar de perto aquele por quem tanto havia intercedido no plano espiritual. Neste romance histórico envolvente, o Espírito Emmanuel nos transporta para a frívola Paris do século XVII, repleta de sentimentos violentos e ilusões materiais que se confrontam com as eternas verdades da alma. Por meio da psicografia de Francisco Cândido Xavier, parceiro do autor espiritual, também conhecemos mais uma das encarnações de Emmanuel, desta vez como padre Damiano, vigário da igreja de São Vicente, em Ávila, na Espanha, e contemporâneo do casal protagonista.
This classic of Christian devotional literature, with readings focused on the life of Christ, has brought understanding and comfort to millions for centuries. Written in a candid and conversational style, The Imitation of Christ discusses liberation from worldly inclinations, recollection as a preparation for prayer, the consolations of prayer, and the place of eucharistic communion in a devout life. The Read & Reflect with the Classics edition of The Imitation of Christ includes the classic text in an easy to read adaption coupled with personal reflection questions, additional study questions, and prayer prompts for today's Christian reader.
Qual é a força do pensamento? O autor espiritual, Emmanuel, esclarece sobre como os pensamentos agem poderosamente modelando a vida: “Somos hoje herdeiros positivos dos reflexos de nossas experiências de ontem, com recursos para alterar-lhes a direção à verdadeira felicidade”. Emmanuel expõe com simplicidade, por meio de ideias claras e inteligentes e comparações baseadas no dia a dia, os efeitos que o pensamento gera na intimidade de cada um e no mundo onde vive. Explica, ainda, a ligação das emoções e pensamentos, evidenciando que o ser humano tem a capacidade de gerenciá-los em benefício do progresso.
"A palm tree, seeing me troubled and divining the cause, murmured in its branches that there was nothing wrong with fifteen-year old boys getting into corners with girls of fourteen; quite the contrary, youths of that age have no other function, and corners were made for that very purpose. It was an old palm-tree, and I believed in old palm-trees even more than in old books. Birds, butterflies, a cricket trying out its summer song, all the living things of the air were of the same opinion." So begins this extraordinary love story between Bento and Capitu, childhood sweethearts who grow up next door to each other in Rio de Janeiro in the 1850s. Like other great nineteenth century novels--The Scarlet Letter, Anna Karenina, Madame Bovary--Machado de Assis's Dom Casmurro explores the themes of marriage and adultery. But what distinguishes Machado's novel from the realism of its contemporaries, and what makes it such a delightful discovery for English-speaking readers, is its eccentric and wildly unpredictable narrative style. Far from creating the illusion of an orderly fictional "reality," Dom Casmurro is told by a narrator who is disruptively self-conscious, deeply subjective, and prone to all manner of marvelous digression. As he recounts the events of his life from the vantage of a lonely old age, Bento continually interrupts his story to reflect on the writing of it: he examines the aptness of an image or analogy, considers cutting out certain scenes before taking the manuscript to the printer, and engages in a running, and often hilarious, dialogue with the reader. "If all this seems a little emphatic, irritating reader," he says, "it's because you have never combed a girl's hair, you've never put your adolescent hands on the young head of a nymph..." But the novel is more than a performance of stylistic acrobatics. It is an ironic critique of Catholicism, in which God appears as a kind of divine accountant whose ledgers may be balanced in devious as well as pious ways. It is also a story about love and its obstacles, about deception and self-deception, and about the failure of memory to make life's beginning fit neatly into its end. First published in 1900, Dom Casmurro is one of the great unrecognized classics of the turn of the century by one of Brazil's greatest writers. The popularity of Machado de Assis in Latin America has never been in doubt and now, with the acclaim of such critics and writers as Susan Sontag, John Barth, and Tony Tanner, his work is finally receiving the worldwide attention it deserves. Newly translated and edited by John Gledson, with an afterword by Joao Adolfo Hansen, this Library of Latin America edition is the only complete, unabridged, and annotated translation of the novel available. It offers English-speaking readers a literary genius of the rarest kind.
O autor espiritual convida-nos à leitura de seus contos e apólogos! “Trago-te apenas as histórias simples e humildes que ouvi de outros viajores. Recebe-as, elas são nossas”. Assim Irmão X apresenta a você, caro leitor, esta obra que encerra grande sabedoria nas suas 40 narrativas. “Dir-te-ão todas elas que, além da morte, floresce a vida”. Em linguagem simples e de fácil compreensão, o livro mostra, por meio de exemplos da vida cotidiana, temas como vida após a morte, amor, ódio, discernimento e tentação, entre outros. Assuntos colocados a nossa disposição como instrumentos de estudo e sinais de alerta para nossa reforma íntima.

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