[[ download Reading ]] The CompassAuthor Tammy Kling – Cekhargaproduk.co

The Compass Is A Life Transformation Novel That Will Guide You On A Journey Of Self Discovery At The Core Of The Compass Are Specific Lessons About Belief Systems And Understanding Who You Really Are In Order To Live Out Your DestinyJonathan, The Main Character, Escapes His Suburban Life After A Tragedy That Alters His Plans For The Future Paralyzed By Grief, He Decides To Journey Across The Globe In An Effort To Realign His Inner Compass He Sets Off With A Backpack Leaving Behind His Career, Friends, Family, And Home His Travels Begin In The Dry Desert Of Nevada, And Continue On To The Pristine Mountains Of The Adirondacks, And Then To A Medieval Village In Romania In Each Destination Jonathan Encounters One Pivotal Person Who Offers A Major Life Lesson, And He Begins To Realize That Each Individual Was Placed There For A ReasonThe Compass Is A Metaphor For The Journey Of Our LivesIn The Tradition Of The Alchemist, The Compass Provides You With Specific Life Lessons About Authenticity, Self Empowerment, And Believing In Your Dreams As Humans We Are All Connected By Love, Pain, And Sometimes Even By Tragedies Or Events We Cannot Control Each One Of Us Travels A Unique Path, Yet We Are Linked By Experiences And Emotions In This Connectedness, There Is Life

10 thoughts on “The Compass

  1. says:

    Ok The book had some lessons to tell, and was most certainly interesting Yet the story felt fake and contrived I believe in destiny and listening to your inner voice, as well as meeting the people that you need at a particular moment But this story didn t seem remotely possible Plus the explanations lessons at the end seemed to take away from the book rather than add The book was compared to The Alchemist, yet the alchemist was abstact enough for someone to draw their own conclusions lessons This book seems to have those lessons thrown in your face Even the details aren t realistic, which takes away For example, At the Alitalia counter in Amsterdam, there are a choice of two flights to Dubai and Los Angeles Wouldn t at least one flight go to Rome or Milan as it is Italy s flag carrier That said, there we re things to take away from this book such as our connectedness, and the fact that sometimes one has to abandon there dream for a better dream or another one.

  2. says:

    I wasn t very impressed with this book I feel like all books about finding yourself that include travel are stories that really only apply to people with money Whatever happened to the lesson of The Wizard of Oz, that happiness is to be found in your own backyard

  3. says:

    I ve never been enad with self help books, self help speakers or other such supportive paraphernalia but somehow I ended up with this book Okay, I thought it was a novel and it had a slick dust jacket with a hiker on the cover and I was in a hurry, so I bought it It claims to be a novel that will guide you on a journey of self discovery It may be fiction but it s not a novel unless you consider a string of incidents held together by a story, as full of holes as a piece of Swiss cheese, a novel A man who has lost his child in an auto accident sets out to heal himself through a journey of self discovery and in the process, mysteriously meets a series of people that set him back on life s true path The main character is created from paper mache and the everyday philosophers he meets along the way are cardboard cutouts but they all have the answers If only we all had the luxury to solve life problems in such a conclusive, insightful and healthy manner I won t completely pan the book The story could have been the basis for a good novel in the hands of a talented writer and I do wish them luck selling the affiliated DVD, which I m sure is what this book is really all about.

  4. says:

    This book aims to inspire readers but what it did to me I started to question some realist in the book It never inspired me nor motivates me I actually started asking some realistic fact in the life of Jonathan People are always lost and travelling are just suited to those who has money, what if those people who are lost doesn t have enough money So that means they can t find their selves Also, I ll almost rated this as four but somehow reaching the end part I changed my mind I wasn t convinced the authenticity they are saying rather I was confused The only thing that strikes me most was Solomon For me, he is the only authentic in the story You don t have to travel the world just to find yourself Sometimes, finding yourself is just around, you just have to dig deeper People around you contributes this, and that s what Solomon did to Jonathan He may be juvenile but his innocents made it all inspiring and motivating.

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  6. says:

    Compass contains nothing that you don t get in a self help book The characters seem to have almost instantaneous self discoveries.

  7. says:

    The book by itself is ok, the group promoting the book feels phony for me.

  8. says:

    A watered down The Alchemist.

  9. says:

    When started reading it it seem like a very depressing book, focused on despair and I even give up bring it Halfway but later when I picked it up and read it for 4 hours straight, it seemed then like a very inspiring and motivating book Turns out the depressing part was only half of the book and the motivating part was the remaining half unlike other inspiring books this book is balanced in real estate and doesn t give floating advices Formatted like a story, rhe motivating parts of it come to us like a natural part of the story and their by inspire us

  10. says:

    Sometimes you find a book and sometimes book found you I think this one finds me and I really liked it It is true that maybe the story goes fast or something is missing but I liked it this way After every few words, you need to stop and think about what is written there I think this book is really like a compass, guiding you when you least expected to find a guide.