The Way of the Bow by Paulo Coelho

06 Apr


If you are interested in archery lessons as well as aquiring a brief lecture on self improvement, then The Way of the Bow is the book for you. Coelho cleverly hits two birds with one stone in this manual book through a short tale.

The tale revolves around Tetsuya, the best archer of the country, educating a curious boy on the importance of intuition, flexibility, concentration, and tranquility in our daily lives through archery.

Although I am not a fan of reading short instructions books, I bizarrely enjoyed this one. Bare in mind that this is not your typical Paulo Coelho book.


Posted by on April 6, 2012 in Books, Inspiration, Life, Spirituality


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5 responses to “The Way of the Bow by Paulo Coelho

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  2. abdul1983

    April 14, 2012 at 9:46 pm

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