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DemianSiddharthaMian ue lo llevará por los senderos del auto razonamiento destruyendo paradigmas materialistas ue antes le rodeaban. Just finished reading Demian Reminded me of Spring Snow by Yukio Mishima Must be time to read Mishima again

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Luz pero una mentira lo lleva a ampliar sus visiones del mundo y a conocer un personaje enigmático de nombre Max De. I read this in late Summer of 2006 while a lot was going on in my life This parable got inside my head and forced me to look at things differently The river metaphor especially powerful It's easy to see why this was such a hit when it was 'rediscovered' by the counter cultural movement in the '60's US While not exactly a counter cultural revolutionary I appreciated Hesse's take on this timeless tale of the journey of self discovery and the path to wisdom

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READ ½ DemianSiddhartha Ñ Emil Sinclair es un niño ue ha vivido toda su vida en lo ue el llama el Scheinwelt mundo de ensueño o mundo de la luz pero una mentira lo lleva a ampliar sus visiones del mundo y a conocer un personaje enigmático de nombre Max Demian ue lo llevará por los senderos del auto razonamiento destruyendo paradigmas materialistas ue anEmil Sinclair es un niño ue ha vivido toda su vida en lo ue el llama el Scheinwelt mundo de ensueño o mundo de la. The timelessness of a book marks it as a classic and that is true for Demian which is remarkably relevant to today's political climate When Demian says The new world will be terrible for those clinging to the old I think about those in the camp of Trump who wish to 'Make America great again' How frightening the world must seem to those who harken back to the old philosophies When the older generation looks upon the dreams of the younger generation they often fear that their way of life will be threatened But Demian refers to the reign of herd instinct a community born of fear hatred and embarrassment as a society of men afraid of the unknown inside themThose who cling to the old ways are doomed to die But the recurring theme of the book is that nothing can be born without first dying Demian tells Sinclair The world as it is now wants to die to perish and it will The world Hesse writes about is pre WWI Europe a time in which Europe had conuered the world only to lose her own soulThis book speaks of the power of dreams and the duality of the world as a force for change Demian says we must be ready to evolve we must embrace the new while honoring the old As we enter a new realm of human history this book can guide us along that path