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  1. Kari Kaz Kari Kaz says:

    This is one of those books that stays with you long after you finish reading it It is hard to place it in a category since it deals with love, life, forgiveness, acceptance and understanding The author conveys her messages through letters written from a grandmother to her cynical granddaughter She tries to make her see that we are all threads linked together in a bigger picture, and the importance of listening to what is inside of you She uses wonderful imagery and her observations may apply This is one of those books that stays with you long after you finish reading it It is hard to place it in a category since it deals with love, life, forgiveness, acceptance and understanding The author conveys her messages through letters written from a grandmother to her cynical granddaughter She tries to make her see that we are all threads linked together in a bigger picture, and the importance of listening to what is inside of you She uses wonderful imagery and her observations may apply to you at different points in your life I think this is one of those books you either love or dislike completely, depending on your frame of mind when you read it Her style is somewhat poetic and poignant but her messages come across clearly


  2. Maria Espadinha Maria Espadinha says:

    The Masochist Consciousness I m going to America, not to the desert Take care of Buck and my rose BOOOOOOMMMMMM the sound of a heart exploding Human heart can be fragile and strong at the same time Fragile, cos it breaks easily.Strong, cos it usually finds its own particular ways of healing.And it s in that eternal breaking healing cycle, that consciousness seems to evolve.What a masochist kind of consciousness humans have


  3. Mochizuki Mochizuki says:

    This book is deeply moving because it deals so closely with issues close to the human heart The prose is simple and uplifting, the story just an excuse to reveal to us universal truths that we all know but refuse to acknowledge Critical and cynical people might brush this book aside but I feel that one really has to look very deeply into it to really discover its true worth This must be read with an open mind and I feel that the ending is particularly apt because there is none This situation This book is deeply moving because it deals so closely with issues close to the human heart The prose is simple and uplifting, the story just an excuse to reveal to us universal truths that we all know but refuse to acknowledge Critical and cynical people might brush this book aside but I feel that one really has to look very deeply into it to really discover its true worth This must be read with an open mind and I feel that the ending is particularly apt because there is none This situation could be so easily applied to our daily lives and the author is telling us in simple gracious terms that patience and undersanding should be the forefront of our relationship with our family Despite the somewhat muddled use of the flashback technique and several narratives that are a little to rambling, this is a jewel that teaches love, in a world where there is little to be found


  4. Stacy Stacy says:

    This is the brutally honest letter a grandmother who is nearing death writes to the granddaughter she raised alone Her granddaughter is obviously a headstrong young woman who has moved to America leaving her grandmother in Italy heartbroken and alone The grandmother can feel death coming and wants to leave her granddaughter a letter of history and hope for the future She pulls no punches She is not afraid to illuminate her own shortcomings as well as those around her, granddaughter included This is the brutally honest letter a grandmother who is nearing death writes to the granddaughter she raised alone Her granddaughter is obviously a headstrong young woman who has moved to America leaving her grandmother in Italy heartbroken and alone The grandmother can feel death coming and wants to leave her granddaughter a letter of history and hope for the future She pulls no punches She is not afraid to illuminate her own shortcomings as well as those around her, granddaughter included It is difficult to read that she did not think about her daughter for several years after her death or that she did not love her daughter enough without your heart breaking a little This is a woman who was not going to spare her granddaughter the truth.I was pulled in right from the beginning It was real and honest and a great story of three generations of women who all seemed to be fighting the past It is definitely a worthwhile read


  5. Francisca Viegas Francisca Viegas says:

    I couldn t hate the story completely, but I really didn t like Olga.There is a certain fatalism in every thing she says, in how she even thinks It is as if though she believes all her actions, no matter how free they were, led her and her family to that inevitable end.It was not my kind of book, but I won t say it was a bad one It might be your cup of tea.


  6. Alisha Alisha says:

    Every now and then we saw one firework that exploded before it got very high Well, whenever I think about my mother s life, or my grandmother s, or the lives of so many people I know, that s the image that comes to mind fireworks that fizzled down in the lower altitudes instead of climbing up to the sky Though you may not know it, your whole life and the lives of those close to you are at stake when you choose whether to go straight or turn aside This religion is one of those areas where Every now and then we saw one firework that exploded before it got very high Well, whenever I think about my mother s life, or my grandmother s, or the lives of so many people I know, that s the image that comes to mind fireworks that fizzled down in the lower altitudes instead of climbing up to the sky Though you may not know it, your whole life and the lives of those close to you are at stake when you choose whether to go straight or turn aside This religion is one of those areas where you can t push or pull too hard, otherwise the same thing happens to you as happens to street vendors thethey hustle their products, thethe whole thing seems like a hoax I didn t want to be calm, I didn t want anything to dull my grief Do you know what s one mistake we always make Believing that life s immutable, that once you get on a particular track you have to follow it to the end of the line With the absolute conviction of adolescence, you believed that the unhappiness tormenting you then would torment you forever The voice of appearances was appealing to you on one side, the voice of the heart on the other, and without any doubt, without any hesitation, you chose the heart


  7. booklady booklady says:

    It sounded so appealing and started off promising enough, but there was an inconsistency somewhere What should have been a poignant memoir left me feeling sad for the characters as individuals and yet not moved by the story as a whole Tamaro is not the best writer, she needs a better editor or I have just been spoiled by some fine writing recently An easy quick read, but still not worth recommending Disappointing.


  8. Marie Marie says:

    Winter is approaching, and with it, an elderly woman s death Everything is in order, except her affairs of the heart She sits at her desk, composing the final chapter of her life a confession a letter to the granddaughter she raised Now estranged and living in far off America, in it is a story of love, death, and propriety, of words unspoken, of lives wasted, of secrets she had vowed to take to her grave but must now share to heal lives mortally wounded by a lie It is the ultimate gift of lo Winter is approaching, and with it, an elderly woman s death Everything is in order, except her affairs of the heart She sits at her desk, composing the final chapter of her life a confession a letter to the granddaughter she raised Now estranged and living in far off America, in it is a story of love, death, and propriety, of words unspoken, of lives wasted, of secrets she had vowed to take to her grave but must now share to heal lives mortally wounded by a lie It is the ultimate gift of love and liberation, from one woman to another a road map straight to the center of ourselves, where we can gather the courage to follow our hearts.I did not find any center to this book, and I definitely didn t feel inspired to find my center after reading it


  9. Ancilla Irwan Ancilla Irwan says:

    We have to use other s shoes before we can judge them I learn how we get mislead by what we saw, instead of what we have to Please read this book Women, you will find how the life of a woman is never be an easy one The circle of life.Men, you will find how to have a littleunderstanding to woman s point of view.The thing which I mostly remember is that life is like a shell We get used to cover ourselves by the things which become a castle How arrogant we were on young age, that we wil We have to use other s shoes before we can judge them I learn how we get mislead by what we saw, instead of what we have to Please read this book Women, you will find how the life of a woman is never be an easy one The circle of life.Men, you will find how to have a littleunderstanding to woman s point of view.The thing which I mostly remember is that life is like a shell We get used to cover ourselves by the things which become a castle How arrogant we were on young age, that we will reach the top of the sky, and it is the only thing that matter.Day by day We have to open the bandage and we will start to cry for the past which may never come back


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Geh, wohin dein Herz dich trägt [EPUB] ✷ Geh, wohin dein Herz dich trägt By Susanna Tamaro – Thomashillier.co.uk Wei t du, welchen Fehler man immer wieder macht Den, zu glauben, das Leben sei unwandelbar, und wenn man einmal einen Weg eingeschlagen habe, m sse man ihn auch bis zu Ende gehen Das Schicksal hat vie Wei t du, welchen Fehler dein Herz PDF/EPUB » man immer wieder macht Den, zu glauben, das Leben sei unwandelbar, und wenn man einmal einen Weg eingeschlagen habe, m sse man ihn auch bis zu Ende gehen Das Schicksal hat viel mehr Phantasie als wir Gerade wenn du glaubst, du bef ndest dich in einer ausweglosen Situation, wenn du den Gipfel h chster Verzweiflung erreichst, ver ndert sich mit der Geschwindigkeit Geh, wohin eBook Ù eines Windsto es alles, dreht sich und pl tzlich lebst du unvermutet ein neues Leben Dieses Brieftagebuch hat eine Stimmung wie ein milder Herbsttag im Oktober, an dem man, die Jacke ber die Lehne geworfen, auf einer Parkbank sitzt und die letzten warmen Sonnenstrahlen genie end, Erinnerungen an den vergangenen Sommer nachh ngt Den Lebensabend einsam in ihrem kleinen H uschen verbringend, beschlie t Olga ein Tagebuch an wohin dein Herz eBook ´ ihre Enkelin zu f hren, die sie damals zu sich nahm, als ihre Mutter fr hzeitig starb Anfangs f hlten sie sich eng miteinander verbunden, doch mit der Zeit entfernten sie sich mehr und mehr voneinander, bis ihre Enkelin beschlie t, sich aus den schwierigen Familienverh ltnissen zu befreien und nach Amerika zu gehen Sie vereinbaren, da sie sich nicht schreiben werden Olga schmerzt dieser Abschied sehr, und sie schreibt Briefe, die sie nicht abschickt, in der Hoffnung, da ihre Enkelin sie liest, wenn sie zur ckkehrt und Olga vielleicht nicht mehr lebt Es gibt zu viele unausgesprochene Dinge, die ihr auf der Seele brennen und die sie ihr noch sagen will Die Toten belasten uns nicht so sehr durch ihre Abwesenheit als vielmehr durch das, was zwischen uns und ihnen nicht ausgesprochen wurdeSo legt die alte Frau Zeugnis ab ber ihr Leben, ihre innersten Gedanken und Gef hle, gesteht die tiefe und innige Liebe zu ihrer Enkelin und deckt nach und nach die Geheimnisse der Familie auf Sie hilft sich mit dem Schreiben ber die Trennung und ihr Alleinsein hinweg und schlie t im Angesicht des Todes Frieden mit ihrem eigenen Leben Ihre Briefe sind voller tiefer Einsichten und der Weisheit des Alters, die ein wirklich gelebtes Leben finden l t Sie spricht zu ihrer Enkelin mit gro er Nachsicht und Verst ndnis f r ihre jugendliche Unausgeglichenheit, ihre K hle, und da sie sich von ihr abgewandt hat und schl gt damit eine Br cke zwischen den Generationen Eigentlich m chte sie mit all ihren Worten nur sagen, da man auf nichts anderes, als seine tiefe, innere Stimme h ren sollte, um das richtige auszuw hlen Und wenn sich dann viele verschiedene Wege vor dir auftun werden und du nicht wei t, welchen du einschlagen sollst, dann berlasse es nicht dem Zufall, sondern setz dich, und warte Atme so tief und vertrauensvoll, wie du an dem Tag geatmet hast, als du auf die Welt kamst, lass dich von nichts ablenken, warte, warte noch Lausche still und schweigend auf dein Herz Wenn es dann zu dir spricht, steh auf, und geh, wohin es dich tr gt Ein feinf hliges Buch, sanft und weise Nach Umberto Ecos Der Name der Rose ist Geh, wohin dein Herz dich tr gt der erfolgreichste Roman in ItalienDaphne Gro mann.

    Free Unlimited eBook gehen Sie vereinbaren, da sie sich nicht schreiben werden Olga schmerzt dieser Abschied sehr, und sie schreibt Briefe, die sie nicht abschickt, in der Hoffnung, da ihre Enkelin sie liest, wenn sie zur ckkehrt und Olga vielleicht nicht mehr lebt Es gibt zu viele unausgesprochene Dinge, die ihr auf der Seele brennen und die sie ihr noch sagen will Die Toten belasten uns nicht so sehr durch ihre Abwesenheit als vielmehr durch das, was zwischen uns und ihnen nicht ausgesprochen wurdeSo legt die alte Frau Zeugnis ab ber ihr Leben, ihre innersten Gedanken und Gef hle, gesteht die tiefe und innige Liebe zu ihrer Enkelin und deckt nach und nach die Geheimnisse der Familie auf Sie hilft sich mit dem Schreiben ber die Trennung und ihr Alleinsein hinweg und schlie t im Angesicht des Todes Frieden mit ihrem eigenen Leben Ihre Briefe sind voller tiefer Einsichten und der Weisheit des Alters, die ein wirklich gelebtes Leben finden l t Sie spricht zu ihrer Enkelin mit gro er Nachsicht und Verst ndnis f r ihre jugendliche Unausgeglichenheit, ihre K hle, und da sie sich von ihr abgewandt hat und schl gt damit eine Br cke zwischen den Generationen Eigentlich m chte sie mit all ihren Worten nur sagen, da man auf nichts anderes, als seine tiefe, innere Stimme h ren sollte, um das richtige auszuw hlen Und wenn sich dann viele verschiedene Wege vor dir auftun werden und du nicht wei t, welchen du einschlagen sollst, dann berlasse es nicht dem Zufall, sondern setz dich, und warte Atme so tief und vertrauensvoll, wie du an dem Tag geatmet hast, als du auf die Welt kamst, lass dich von nichts ablenken, warte, warte noch Lausche still und schweigend auf dein Herz Wenn es dann zu dir spricht, steh auf, und geh, wohin es dich tr gt Ein feinf hliges Buch, sanft und weise Nach Umberto Ecos Der Name der Rose ist Geh, wohin dein Herz dich tr gt der erfolgreichste Roman in ItalienDaphne Gro mann."/>
  • Paperback
  • 189 pages
  • Geh, wohin dein Herz dich trägt
  • Susanna Tamaro
  • German
  • 19 July 2018
  • 3257230303

About the Author: Susanna Tamaro

Susanna Tamaro is an Italian dein Herz PDF/EPUB » novelistHer second novel Per voce sola Just For One Voice won the International PEN Award and was translated into several languagesHer novel Va dove ti porta il cuore Follow your Heart was an international bestseller and became the Italian book most sold in the th century.