Mata a Tu Leon

Mata a Tu Leon : Una Guia a Traves de Las Pruebas Que Enfrentan Los Hombres Jovenes

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Mata a tu leon es una exploracion entre padre e hijo, a las preguntas a las que los hombres jovenes se enfrentan cuando se acercan a la edad adulta-preguntas que siguen acosando a muchos hombres aun en la mediana edad. El titulo proviene de la tradicion Masai en la que un joven finalmente sabe que se ha convertido en un hombre cuando ha matado a un leon. El estilo del libro es conversacional. Por lo general Sam toma la iniciativa al contar una historia de sus anos en la universidad, graduacion, cortejando a una mujer, de su casamiento, o de la busqueda de una carrera, y John responde con el consejo de un padre y sus propias historias de "comienzo en la edad adulta." Un dialogo entre un hombre joven que representa a los Millennials y un hombre maduro ofreciendo conocimiento y sabiduria sobre las questiones eternas de la jornada hacia la edad adulta. Mata a tu leon is an exploration, by father and son, of the questions young men face coming into manhood. The title is drawn from the Masai tradition in which a young man finally knows he has become a man when he has killed a lion. The style of the book is conversational. Sam will typically take the lead by telling a story about his college years, graduation, pursuing a woman, getting married, or finding a career, and John will respond with counsel from a father and his own stories of "coming into manhood."show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 214 pages
  • 139.7 x 210.82 x 15.24mm | 204.12g
  • GRUPO NELSON
  • Nashville, United States
  • Spanish
  • 0529100479
  • 9780529100474
  • 1,751,024

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