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The Why Café [PDF / EPUB] The Why Café The inspirational #1 Bestseller by John P Strelecky Now translated into forty two languages and read by than 6 million readers worldwide In a small cafe at a location so remote it sits in the middle o The inspirational Bestseller by John P Strelecky Now translated into forty two languages and read by than million readers worldwide In a small cafe at a location so remote it sits in the middle of the middle of nowhere John a man in a hurry is at a crossroads Intent only on refueling before moving along on his road trip he finds sustenance of an entirely different kind In addition to the specials of the day the cafe menu lists The Why eBook Ø three uestions all diners are encourage to consider Why are you here Do you fear death Are you fulfilled With this food for thought and the guidance of three people he meets at the cafe John embarks on a journey of self discovery that takes him from the executive suites of the advertising world to the surf of Hawaii's coastline Along the way he discovers a new way to look at life himself and just how much you can learn from a green sea turtle The Alchemist for the st Century RBA Libros Spain PROFOUNDA cosmic guidebook for living Orlando Sentinel A modern day Jonathan Livingston Seagull Little Brown books UK.


About the Author: John P. Strelecky

My path to being a writer has been an interesting one It started when I left my “normal” life behind and decided to follow a life long dream of seeing the world I was thirty two years old at the time Too old to be leaving a lucrative career and acting like a college kid many people told me I heard the word “crazy” a lot when people learned what I was planningI’d crawled my way up from the po.



10 thoughts on “The Why Café

  1. says:

    Offensive rant incomingFuck everything about this book Over 100 pages of just do what you love and everything will work out just be yourself bro NO FUCK YOU THAT IS NOT HOW IT WORKSThis book is thinly veiled New Thought Law of Attraction esoteric feel good wish wash which at least explains why so many people like it Spoiler many people are kind of stupidThis book is your college stoner roommate telling you that advertising just like totally makes you unhappy and plays on your fears man just to get you to buy stuff man ever think about it like that man so deep manThis book is your teenage rebel punk kid that just hit puberty and is trying to explain to you how all grown ups do is work and sleep until they get old and die and there is absolutely nothing worse than working for a livingThis book is a trust fund baby telling you to just uit your job and go backpacking through EuropeThis book is Brad Pitt telling you to just be yourself if you want to be attractive because it obviously works for himThis book is assholes in the comment section of articles about mental health telling clinically depressed people to just man up and get over itThis book is the one guy you kinda knew in High School and now have in your Facebook list for whatever reason posting inspirational uotes self affirming rants selfies in ill fitting suits and huge excerpts about his business plans on a bi hourly scheduleThis book is like Paulo Coelho's literary works had an orgy with every spiritual health pop science bullshit blog on the internet and somebody took the afterbirth of the resulting miscarriage and translated it in 33 languages just to fuck with the worldThis book reads like it was written by one of those creepy life coach gurus preying on unhappy and unstable personalities and trying to sell 10 easy tricks on how to have AWESOME SEX and A BETTER LOVE LIFE and oh wait it actually was written by exactly one of those guysThis book personally offends me on a deep level Fuck youAnd if you found anything in this book even just slightly enlightening you make me both ashamed and scared of being human


  2. says:

    The Why Cafe John P StreleckyIn a small cafe at a location so remote it sits in the middle of the middle of nowhere John a man in a hurry is at a crossroads Intent only on refueling before moving along on his road trip he finds sustenance of an entirely different kind In addition to the specials of the day the cafe menu lists three uestions all diners are encourage to consider Why are you here? Do you fear death? Are you fulfilled? With this food for thought and the guidance of three people he meets at the cafe John embarks on a journey of self discovery that takes him from the executive suites of the advertising world to the surf of Hawaii's coastline Along the way he discovers a new way to look at life himself and just how much you can learn from a green sea turtleعنوانها کافه‌ ی چرا؛ کافه چرا رمانی در معنای زندگی؛ ‏‫کافه‌ ای به نام چرا‏‫ مکانی برای یافتن چراهای زندگی‏‫؛ کافه چرا یک داستان؛ نویسنده جان پی استرلکی؛ تاریخ نخستین خوانش روز هشتم ماه دسامبر سال 2011 یلادیعنوان ‏‫کافه‌ ای به نام چرا‏‫ مکانی برای یافتن چراهای زندگی‏‫؛ نویسنده جان‌ پی استرلکی‏‫؛ مترجم امیرحسن مکی؛ تهران، لیوسا، 1389؛ در 112 ص؛ شابک 9786005138115؛ چاپ دوم 1391؛ چاپ سوم 1392؛ چاپ چهارم 1393؛ چاپ پنجم 1394؛ چاپ ششم و هفتم 1395؛ چاپ هشتمو نهم 1396؛ چاپ دهم و یازدهم و دوازدهم 1397؛ موضوع زندگی از نویسندگان ایالات متحده آمریکا سده ی 21معنوان کافه چرا رمانی در معنای زندگی؛ نویسنده جان استرلکی؛ مترجم شعله ربانی؛ تهران تالیا‏‫، 1389؛ در 107 ص؛ شابک 9786009036042؛ چاپ دوم 1389؛ چاپ سوم 1391؛ چاپ چهارم 1392؛ چاپ پنجم 1394؛ چاپ هفتم 1396؛عنوان کافه‌ ی چرا؛ نویسنده جان پی استرلکی؛ مترجم مهرناز شیرازی‌ عدل؛ تهران نشر هنوز‏‫، 1389؛ در 117 ص؛ شابک 9786009140053؛ چاپ دیگر تهران، نشر قطره، چاپ ششم 1396؛ در 116 ص؛ شابک 9786001193392؛ چاپ هفتم 1397؛عنوان کافه چرا یک داستان؛ نویسنده جان استرلکی؛ مترجم فاطمه نصیری‌ماهینی؛ ویراستار فاطمه محمد‌بیگی‌ خالدی؛ تهران پنگوین آبی‏‫، 1397؛ در 100 ص؛ شابک 9786229912935؛ماجرای این کتاب از این قرار است که «جان» مردی عجول و شتابزده، که در چهارراههای واقعی و استعاری سرگردان شده، خود را مقابل غذاخوری کوچک، و دورافتاده‌ ای می‌یابد، که گویا در وسط ناکجا آباد واقع شده است؛ او که فقط به قصد بنزین زدن برای ادامه ی سفر پیاده شده، به طرزی کاملاً متفاوت تغذیه می‌شود؛ در آن مکان استثنایی، مشتریان تشویق می‌شوند درباره این سه پرسش بیاندیشند چرا اینجا هستید؟ آیا از مرگ می‌ترسید؟ آیا راضی هستید؟ «جان» با این غذای فکر، و راهنمایی سه شخصیتی که در کافه با آنها دیدار می‌کند، وارد سفر خودشناسی می‌شود، و در طول راه به نگرشی تازه نسبت به زندگی و روابط دست می‌یابد؛فردی که چرایی زندگی‌ خویش را یافت، با هر چگونه‌ ای می‌سازد، این جمله ی «نیچه»، مبنای کتاب «کافه‌ ای به نام چرا» ست؛ «فردی» که هدف خود در زندگی را بیابد، و بداند که برای رسیدن به آن هدف به دنیا آمده است، متوجه منحصر به فرد بودنش در این دنیا می‌شود، و به تدریج سایر دشواریها برای او رنگ می‌بازند؛ در جای جای کتاب از اهمیت یافتن هدف زندگی، و تلاش برای رسیدن به آن سخن گفته شده است؛در این کتاب نویسنده به خوانشگرش یادآوری می‌کند، که زندگی بدون هدف یک زندگی بیهوده است؛ پرسش «چرا اینجا هستی؟» که در این کتاب طرح می‌شود نیز، بیشتر از هر چیز، تلنگری به روح خوانشگر وارد می‌کند، تا در تکاپوی یافتن هدف زندگی‌ خویش باشد؛ پرسش دیگر نویسنده مبنی بر اینکه «آیا از مرگ می‌ترسی؟» نیز، با هدف زندگی در ارتباط است؛ فردی که هدفش در زندگی را یافته، و همه ی تلاشش را برای رسیدن به آن به کار می‌گیرد، از مرگ ترسی نخواهد داشت، زیرا ماموریتش در دنیا را انجام داده است؛ چگونگی طرح موضوع ترس از مرگ در این کتاب، ارتباطی با باورهای دینی ندارد، زیرا نویسنده از دنیای پس از مرگ سخنی به میان نمی‌آوردتاریخ بهنگام رسانی 25041399هجری خورشیدی؛ ا شربیانی


  3. says:

    I got it from a friend and it was the worst book I've ever read The writing is terribly boring I don't know how it is in English I've read it in German but the language is so easy and the sentences are so awfully structured sometimes I wanted to pukeThe story is a typical esoteric story for people who never I mean absolutely never thought about their life A tree should have thought about his life than the people who enjoy this book The moral of the story is boring and could be from a fortune cookieThe beginning was okay first I thought it would be interesting but then from page to page it got worse and worse And then always the sentence do what you want to do and become happy that's utter trash If I would live my life like this I would have played games and watched TV series as a kid and would never have achieved anything in my lifeAt the end of the day I can't really recommend this book not even as toilet paper because it would try to make something meaningful out of your poop


  4. says:

    My review It is hard to ignore how insulting this book isIt takes advantage of a political climate that thinks we must be told what our morals are going to beIt says nothing anyone with a moral compass and a brain hasn't figured out for themselvesThe idea that someone would find this book enlightening is frightening than the thought that someone would find The Five People You Meet in Heaven refreshingly insightfulThe writing is below sub parHere is all you need to prove what a waste of time this book is You know those unbearable and laughable re training films most corporate offices reuire folks to watch every few years that go over moral dilemmas and have titles like Harassment in the Workplace It's No Laughing Matter or Bribes The Buck Stops Here etc? This book is like reading a screenplay for one of those The one that was made in 1950 and had to be produced for under 100 and use all the CEO's family members as actors It is not even good enough to be as bad as those old 1970's after school specialsTrust me on this one your purpose for existing does NOT include reading this book although interestingly enough mine does


  5. says:

    Just don't waste your time on reading this book even on considering reading this book Don't repeat my mistake


  6. says:

    This book written on a second grade level was loaned to me by a friend and so as I'm a bit of a book slut I took to reading it Suffice it to say I read at least half of it while stuck on a taxiway before a flight It is uite simple almost to the point of being overgeneralizing but in all seriousness it has a couple of good points based on the uestions the protagonist encounters on a menu at a Normal Rockwell cafe in the middle of BFE It's premised on a story of Western culture and civilization we've heard too many times We're too hectic and caught up in the prisons of our lives brought up on certain tenets which go unchallenged by generations of people and we sleepwalk through our lives until or unless we wake up and learn to a figure out what our passions and purpose is for existing not the why am I here? as in because my parents mated reason for existence but what we're meant to do b not fear death and c figure out how to move the golf ball while watching green sea turtles swim Or something like thatIn all seriousness I hate self help books but there were a couple of nuggets worth considering if you're the least bit introspectiveNow if you'll excuse me I have a ton of actually challenging books to read


  7. says:

    Horrible Worst of all the author is taking this seriously Awfully written and the content itself is the worst esoteric and pseudo personality coaching stuff around The only way to read this book is together with friends and passing the book round to read it aloud You will certainly have a great laugh


  8. says:

    I won this book in a Goodreads Giveaway got it yesterdayDo not read this book if you don't want to be tempted by breakfast food that you can't haveThis is small fast read It's a uick thinking book that asks the reader to look at their daily life and really think about what they are living for Do I think this book does it job in helping people in their everyday struggles? Kinda but not reallyThis book does not straightforwardly tell you how to do something or make those life changes happen it instead scripts out converstations that may or may not really happen at a Cafe that may or may not really exist I kept waiting for concrete things to be said but it just circled around the uestions constantly not stating the answer but telling the reader that the answer may not be the same for everyone It may be helpful for someone who is really lost and struggling with the monotony of the struggles of the common worker I am not that person so much; I already know things that need to be done I just have to get to the step on how to change themOne of the examples in this book that looks good on paper really would not work in today's world if you live in America Maybe it would work if you were in Costa Rica where the example took place if you were not used to the luxuries we live by now and you didn't want the internet or electricity or you didn't have bills or owe taxes or somethingI had the book as a 3 ★ ★ ★ but then the I thought about and the I was talking to a friend who I just passed the book to I had to change it to a 2 ★ ★ Why would I give it to a friend to read? Because it was free and some people might preceive things differently than I do and may enjoy it and get something from it that I did not


  9. says:

    Meh


  10. says:

    So many people wandering around without any thought or idea why they're in this world Just in case you call the book cliché there is a pure necessity of such books to exist


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