Glenn Kalem/ April 13, 2014/ News Blog/ 0 comments

In a recent interview I said that turning 60 is the same as turning 35 or 47: a birthday cake, blowing out candles, and so on. But it’s not quite the same, and I would like to share with my readers how I decided to commemorate that date…
Even when I was unknown, there was always a hand held out to me when I needed it. So I let Kahlil Gibran – with his unique mastery – describe this sentiment (which I have adapted because of the size of the column): “Your friend is the field where you sow with love and harvest with gratitude. He is your home, he is your table.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/indiahome/article-2603282/PAULO-COELHO-The-day-I-turned-60.html#ixzz2yoHE5Xz8
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