Because of omens, the alchemist replies. Sometimes, when people are about to abandon their goals and dreams, he appears to them as the solution to a problem or a good idea, or he just makes things easier to achieve. The Englishman is unaware of this, because he is focused on reading his books. Santiago asks the wind for its help. The alchemist and Santiago travel for another two days in silence. A time in my life when this happened was whenI auditioned for a play, I saw it would be great for my resume.
Therefore, Santiago has already learned everything he needed to know, except for one thing. Love is the necessary connection between all things, and therefore Coelho implies love is no different than the Soul of the World, or God. Santiago, on the other hand, has learned all his lessons in the right order, and knows an omen from God when he sees one. The Englishman recognizes the stones, and Santiago immediately returns them into his pocket. Later, we simply let life proceed, in its own direction, toward its own fate. Santiago thanks the alchemist for teaching him the Language of the World. She fills her vessel with water and leaves.
His wholehearted commitment seems sudden, and he himself acknowledges this in the face of the advice he received from his family. He does not want to push forward impulsively and ignore omens from God. The Emerald Tablet is a direct link to the Soul of the World. The Englishman prods Santiago to ask about a man who cures illnesses. Santiago understands what he means, although he has never visited the desert before.
None of this energy matters to the alchemist, as he has seen so many people come and go, and in all that time, the desert that holds them has not changed. He often speaks cryptically, but he understands the Soul of the World and the importance of Personal Legends. Santiago also has his book, but he finds it more interesting to observe the caravan in the desert. As the alchemist and Santiago resume their journey to the pyramid, the alchemist shows Santiago how to turn lead into gold using the Philosopher's Stone; he tells him: 'Every search begins with beginner's luck. He has sensed that Santiago is on the verge of trying to realize his Personal Legend. Despite their very brief acquaintance, Santiago immediately declares himself to Fatima and tells her the truth about his quest, which shows that he trusts her. As the dust settles, Santiago sees a horse and a rider completely dressed in black.
It tells Santiago that everyone on earth has a treasure waiting for him, but only a few follow their Personal Legends to find their treasure. He explains the idea, learned from the king of Salem, of moving when luck is on one's side — the principle of favorability. The anime has 51 episodes and all of them are releaced along with a movie. He tells Santiago to go back to watching the caravan, saying that that activity did didn't teach him anything either. The lessons Santiago learns grow more vague here, as he seems to be entering a more purely spiritual state. The Soul of World shows that everything is connected, which Santiago has already sensed through the idea of the universal language. As the Englishman is waiting for the caravan, a young Arab arrives.
Therefore, in the crystal shop, even the glass may have been helping Santiago succeed. They both have enough money to fulfill their dreams. Santiago does not say he simply wishes to visit the pyramids, as he initially told the crystal merchant, but now specifically says that he is pursuing his Personal Legend. This time, however, the alchemist knows that in the caravan there is a man to whom he can teach some of his secrets. The alchemist asks Santiago if it is his Personal Legend that brings him into the desert.
As a desert woman, she wants her husband to be able to wander free, and she knows that if he never returned to her, she could accept the fact that he had become part of the Soul of the World. The shop is exactly the size I always wanted it to be. When he meets the Son of God, the son tells him that one of his servants is very ill. He claimed that disease is caused by agents outside the body attacking it. He recognizes that he still has a long way to go to reach the pyramids.
The bird hunts for game for the two to eat. Santiago points out that Allah also created the birds, and taught him the language of the hawks. They laugh at him, and leave him alone. The chieftain says he wants to see Santiago do this. It speaks with pride of a shepherd leaving his flock to follow a dream. He wonders if these desert birds could explain to him the meaning of love without ownership.
Melchizedek tells Santiago that this is called the principle of favorability, otherwise known as beginner's luck. Bullfighting is important to the culture of Andalusia. The two men find ways to work around this, however, demonstrating the possibility of human connections across borders and cultures. But now he's beginning what he should have begun ten years ago. Santiago tells the Englishman that he should pay more attention to the caravan. It tells him about happiness, and how people who are happy carry God with them.