Manual of the Warrior of Light - Pages 96-115 Summary & Analysis

Paulo Coelho
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Pages 96-115 Summary

The Warrior is constantly faced with two doors—desire and fear. The world is dangerous and unpredictable, and he has to choose wisely. The door of fear says he will leave everything familiar to him, and all he has learned is useless beyond the door. The door of desire says pretty much the same thing. He laughs and goes through whichever door he wants because he does not fear a thing anymore. When the Warrior crosses paths with ordinary people, sometimes he censors himself because he fears being envied. Envy cannot harm a person and it is a natural part of life. The Warrior rarely discusses his plans, and this can be perceived as fear of envy. He knows that whenever he talks about his dream it takes a bit of energy to do so. It takes away from the...

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