Aleph by "Paulo Coelho"

I'm reading the book of Paulo coelho, named Aleph, and I'm really enjoying it, even if sometimes I wonder if he really thinks like the way he is describing it in the book, or it's just some sort of imagination he occupied.
Well I'll search about it when I finish it.
The thing that I want to share right here about it it's some quotes of the book that I'll put it neutrally.
Here is the firsts quote:

  • " We learn in the past, but we are not the result of that. We suffered in the past, loved in the pat, cried and laughed in the past, but that's of no use to the present. The present has it challenges, its good and bad side. We can neither blame nor be grateful to the past for what is happening now. Each new experience of love has nothing to do with past experiences, it's always new"

  • " Is it possible to fix love and make it stand still in time? Well, we can try, but that would turn our lives into a hell. I haven't been married for more than twenty years to the same person, because neither she nor I have remained the same." ===> " people aren't used to that way of thinking. They want everything to stay the same...."

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