This translation of the book was written by Alan R. In the book The Alchemist, written by Paulo Coelho, a shepherd boy named Santiago overcomes obstacles to reach his personal legend.
This is because he has personally experienced this in this life, such as the series of events that led Santiago to where he was now, which leads him to believe that nothing is a coincidence. The crystal shop owner was an example of what not to do to achieve a Personal Legend, and Santiago did the opposite of what the shop owner had done to realize his dream.
We… seldom say much about those treasures, because people no longer want to go in search of them. The concept of personal legend is depicted through Santiago and Fatima.
Just click on the image below to grab your free copy! Just as he was about to give up his pursuit to continue his journey he saw a great teacher on the other side of the river. If Santiago did not have the assistance of significant figures in his journey, he would have never achieved his Personal Legend.
In the Alchemist, by Paulo Coelho the boy named Santiago faces a lot of obstacles to achieve his own dream which was to visit the pyramids in Egypt and to find the treasure that he saw in his dream.
She thinks that the book is "a bag of wind" that "Americans should flock to like gulls". It is a story that teaches us to not be too quick to react.