In this article I talk about the book Who stole from me? father Fábio de Melo, Publisher of Planet Brazil, edited in 2013, with 216 pages. The finish is in the brochure and the size is 28 x 21 cm, with 1,10 profundidade cm. ISBN 9788542201604. The acquisition was made in Hail. For those who prefer, the book is also available in e-book.
This is the text that appears on the back cover of the book:
In ' who stole from me?’ Father Fábio de Melo discusses a subtle violence that afflicts many people – the kidnapping of subjectivity. This expression refers to the deprivation that we suffer ourselves when we established with someone, in the words of the author himself, ' a bond which undermines our ability to be who we are, to think for ourselves, to exercise our autonomy, to make decisions and exercise our freedom to choose. Once kidnapped, We lost the ability to dream, We were unable to live the achievements for which were made and we don't have with the better Business Bureau. We need, therefore, be ever vigilant to make sure that doesn't happen to us because, as padre Fábio – ' No human connection is deprived of turn into robbery, loss of identity, Although people seem well-intentioned. A single oversight and relationships can evolve into this silent violence. Enough people to lose their references, […] to confuse love with possession, to give up their identities, and that if leave themselves '.
As the purchase was not for me, I owe an assessment, but I have some pictures and video of the unboxing:
From this article, shopping in Brazil also count with a summary table of purchase. Therefore, behold it here:
|Product Name:||Who stole from me? – PE. Fábio de Melo|
|Name Original:||Who stole from me?|
|Current value:||R$ 18,90|
|Payment Method:||Aims At Checkout|
|Shipping Type:||Economic (Transfolha)|
|Shipping Fee:||R$ 2,90|
|Package Home Country:||Brazil|
|Time in Transit:||5 days|