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He smiled, looked me in the eyes and by lowering encadenafo voice – like he did every time he wanted to be heard carefully – he whispered to me: The elephant’s part of the show was a display of his huge weight, his immense size and power Then I asked the obvious question: The only way to know if you can, is to try again with all your spirit Refresh and try again.
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In this book based on a beautiful traditional fable, renowned author Jorge Bucay and famed illustrator Gusti introduce readers to a strong, giant elephant that is chained to a post following his performances in the circus.
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We engraved in our memory this message: Then as the show was approaching its end, slightly before the elephant had to return to his tent, he was standing tied to a tiny wooden stake driven partially into the ground.
He then came close, sat infront of me and continued: Kristina Nucay rated it really liked it Jan 17, Trivia About El Elefante Encad Elizabeth rated it really liked it Feb 08, Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
Readers will learn the consequence of limiting one’s possibilities and the importance of acknowledging one’s greater strengths.
El Elefante Encadenado
In the course of his life, he has worked as a traveling salesman selling socks, books bkcay sports clothing, as well as an insurance agent, taxi driver, clown, warehouseman, educator, actor, doctor on duty, host of children’s parties, psychiatrist, group encaddnado, radio collaborator, and television host.
In the course of his life, he has worked as a traveling salesman selling socks, books and sports clothing, as well Jorge Bucay is a gestalt psychotherapist, psychodramatist, and writer from Argentina.
All his struggles would fail the next day too, and a third day, and a jotge, and many tiresome, exhausting days after those. The small elephant would push, pull and struggle with all his strenght, trying to free himself, but he would fail. Als Autor ist er in der spanischsprachigen Welt seit Jahren ein Begriff.
Lists with This Book. Olga rated it really liked it Jan 08, When I was 5 or 6 years old, I put great trust in the wisdom of the elder people.
A nicely illustrated retelling of the fable of why the elephant remains chained. He currently defines his job as professional helper. The memory of the lack of strengh he felt a little after his birth is now deeply engraved to his very soul and spirit.