Hector und die Entdeckung der Zeit

Hector und die Entdeckung der Zeit

François Lelord Ralf Pannowitsch / Jun 01, 2020
Hector und die Entdeckung der Zeit Es war einmal ein junger Psychiater der Hector hie Nat rlich wollten alle die zu ihm kamen das Rezept zum Gl cklichsein und Hector hatte gen gend Erfahrung um dem einen oder anderen helfen zu k n
  • Title: Hector und die Entdeckung der Zeit
  • Author: François Lelord Ralf Pannowitsch
  • ISBN: 9783492049368
  • Page: 397
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Es war einmal ein junger Psychiater, der Hector hie Nat rlich wollten alle, die zu ihm kamen, das Rezept zum Gl cklichsein, und Hector hatte gen gend Erfahrung, um dem einen oder anderen helfen zu k nnen Aber es besch ftigte ihn noch etwas anderes, und er verbrachte mehr und mehr Zeit damit, ber Zeit nachzudenken ber ihren steten Fluss, die Jahre, die verfliegen, undEs war einmal ein junger Psychiater, der Hector hie Nat rlich wollten alle, die zu ihm kamen, das Rezept zum Gl cklichsein, und Hector hatte gen gend Erfahrung, um dem einen oder anderen helfen zu k nnen Aber es besch ftigte ihn noch etwas anderes, und er verbrachte mehr und mehr Zeit damit, ber Zeit nachzudenken ber ihren steten Fluss, die Jahre, die verfliegen, und die Frage, warum alle immer zu wenig Zeit haben, obwohl sie st ndig in Eile sind Und obwohl doch jeder eine Menge Zeit spart, weil alles schneller geht als damals, als man noch lange Briefe schrieb.Existiert die Zeit berhaupt, wenn das Vergangene vergangen ist, die Gegenwart augenblicklich Vergangenheit wird und das Zuk nftige sich noch nicht ereignet hat Hector beginnt die Suche nach der verlorenen Zeit und versucht herauszufinden, wie das Unm gliche m glich und ein fl chtiger Moment des Gl cks Ewigkeit werden kann.
    Hector und die Geheimnisse der Liebe Audible Hector und die Geheimnisse der Liebe Audible Audiobook Abridged Franois Lelord Author , August Zirner Narrator , HrbucHHamburg HHV GmbH Publisher . out of stars ratings Hector Hector und die Geheimnisse des Lebens Audible Der Perspektivenwechsel aus den Augen von Hector s Sohn ist ein erfrischender neuer Ansatz und erinnert uns daran, die Welt wieder einmal mit den Augen eines Kindes zu sehen Er zeigt unsere typischen, oft sinnentleerten Verhaltensmuster auf und hinterfrgt unsere Erwachsenenwelt. Hector und die Suche nach dem Paradies Buy Hector und die Suche nach dem Paradies Hectors erste Reise Hectors Abenteuer German Edition Read Kindle Store Reviews Hector und die Entdeckung der Zeit Lelord, Francois Nachdem ich den zweiten Band ber die Liebe etwas flach fand, hat Francois Lelord mit seinem dritten Band Hector und die Entdeckung der Zeit wieder an die philosophische Dichte des Erstlings angeknpft Vielleicht liegt es auch daran, da er auf der Suche nach der Bedeutung der Zeit seine Freunde aus dem ersten Band wieder trifft. Hector und die Geheimnisse der Liebe by Franois Lelord Mar , Hector und die Geheimnisse der Liebe book Read reviews from the world s largest community for readers One of the world s largest pharmaceutical com Franois Lelord Hector und die Entdeckung der Zeit Mar , Es war einmal ein junger Psychiater namens Hector Er fragte nach den Mglichkeiten des Glcks, fragte nach dem Wesen der Liebe, und schlielich verbrachte er viel Zeit damit, ber die Zeit Hector und die Geheimnisse der Liebe by Francois Lelord Hector und die Geheimnisse der Liebe by Francois Lelord Hardcover January , . out of stars ratings Book of in the Hectors Abenteuer Series Buchtipp HECTOR UND DIE GEHEIMNISSE DER LIEBE von Nov , Ein literarischer Geschenktipp von Lettra HECTOR UND DIE GEHEIMNISSE DER LIEBE von Francois Lelord dragonflyn Hectors kleine Blten ber die Geheimnisse Jun , Hectors kleine Blten ber die Geheimnisse der Liebe I Kleine Blte Nr Ideale Liebe wre, wenn man sich niemals streitet Kleine Blte Nr Mit den Menschen, die man am meisten liebt, streitet man sich manchmal am meisten.
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      • François Lelord Ralf Pannowitsch

        Fran ois Lelord, born 22 June 1953 in Paris is a French psychiatrist and author He studied medicine and psychology After getting his doctoral degree in 1985, he was a post doctorate researcher with Robert Liberman at the University of California UCLA , Los Angeles He then worked as an attending physician at H pital Necker which is affiliated with Descartes University in Paris for two years.In 1989 he opened up his own practice which he closed down in 1996 to work as an advisor on stress and job satisfaction for several companies Having co written various self help books, he was commissioned to produce another but found himself instead writing a novel, Hector and the Search for Happiness, the first in a series of adventures featuring a psychiatrist protagonist In 2004, Lelord went to work for an NGO in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City He now lives in Thailand with his wife and son The film of Hector and the Search for Happiness is released in UK cinemas in August 2014, starring Simon Pegg and Rosamund Pike.

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    1. I thoroughly enjoyed the first of Hector series Hector and the Search for Happiness But this oneI m not so sure Yes, it s enjoyable in some parts, a little child like, but s still just okay It s almost like I m going round and round in circles trying to find time And then there were some complicated equations about defining time in the most scientific way ever and I get lost Some of his Time Exercises are meaningful, and got me thinking real hard about Time While some I let pass because I have n [...]


    2. Auch in diesem Buch geht Hector wieder auf die Reise Diesmal nicht auf der Suche nach dem Gl ck oder der Liebe, sondern nach der Zeit Ihm f llt auf, dass viele seiner Patienten ber entweder mangelnde Zeit klagen oder ber Langeweile Manche m chten unbedingt schon lter sein und manche trauern ihren j ngeren Jahren nach Verbindend ist, dass die meisten nicht gl cklich dar ber sind, wie sich die Zeit in ihrem Leben ausdr ckt Und so beginnt Hector Ideen von Zeitet den festzuhalten, mit Hilfe derer er [...]


    3. In this book Hector, the psychiatrist goes off in search of an old monk he knows in order to help him understand the meaning of time Along the way he relates some lessons he s learned Some, which come from his patients are so funny that I laughed out loud Patient Hubert is especially interesting in that he measures time according to how many dog s lives he has left.If you ve ever thought about getting older or the meaning of time this little gem of a book is for you It s amusing, entertaining an [...]



    4. I m not sure how this author s work has captured so much attention although the subject matter is rather weighty, it reads like a bad children s chapter book without the benefit of any discernable plot Perhaps it was written in French and it loses everything in the translation Or maybe I was supposed to have read the prior novel, Hector and the Search for Happiness first I may watch the film, if it s available at my local library, as it has a decent 7 10 rating on otherwise I ll never know, as I [...]


    5. The early parts of the book had be guessing that is this book almost the same as Mitch Albom s Timekeeper book but it isn t since this book questions on our perception on time I really enjoyed reading the 2 other Hector books but this one was a little dull for me since the plot is on the question of Hector and his age from my POV and I didn t find it exciting as much as the other series However the good thing about this book is that it has a few philosophy in it and I always like any book with [...]


    6. I really liked this book It is written almost like a children s book, in a very simple style, but the subject matter, time and infidelity are not for children The author says he was inspired by Voltaire s Candide, and Hector, like Candide, moves from country to country The style of this book is also very similar to Candide Hector is in search of the truth about time, and explores all the thinking, in science, philosophy, religion and poetry in various settings.



    7. The idea of a very full life is dangerous Because you can t ever fill it as much as you d like to And you also fill it with mistakes, inevitably What counts is sometimes feeling your life is full Or, rather, living some moments to the full 177Thankfully this final installment of the Hector s Journey series has ditched the unnecessary soap opera sleaziness that made the 2nd installment Hector and the Secrets of Love so unbearable In fact this final installment restores back ths charm of the first [...]


    8. I picked out this book randomly when I was in Halifax, NS last summer The subject matter of time interested me so I decided to give this book a go At first, I thought it might be a children s book because of the cover illustration but it isn t at all Little did I know it is part of a series but this book can be read separately I honestly have nothing negative to say about this book Hector is a young ish psychiatrist who embarks on an adventure to better understand the passage of time, and thus t [...]


    9. An absolutely adorable continuation of the psychiatrist Hector as he ponders the world It s all the best of Alexander McCall Smith and .



    10. Francois Lelord, himself a psychiatrist, created this fictional character named Hector in his first novel Hector and the Search for Happiness The writer continued with the same fictional character in his third book This time round, Hector journeyed on to find the answer to why people are up against the clock and why people are always short of time for activities He is trying to understand why some people wanted to slow down time why some wanted to speed time up and why most worried about time.As [...]


    11. Bloggers and reviewers regularly debate whether the star rating given to a book should reflect how much that reader actually enjoyed the book or, instead, how well the book accomplished what it set out to do, even though that particular reader did not enjoy it I didn t really appreciate this distinction until I read Hector Finds Time, written by Fran ois Lelord and translated from the French by Carol Gilogley.I did not enjoy this book, which felt to me like a puerile version of Jostein Gaarder [...]


    12. It took me a little while to recall hectors past adventures but once I Did I really enjoyed the book as have I with all the books


    13. InhaltHector arbeitet als Psychiater und viele seiner Patienten reden immer wieder ber die Zeit Sie h tten alle keine Zeit oder nur noch wenig vor sich So f llt Hector auf das die Zeit f r die Menschen eine zentrale Rolle spielt, sie bestimmt sogar ihr Leben Aber was ist die Zeit berhaupt Mit dieser Frage begibt sich Hector auf eine Reise und sucht nach Antworten.Meine Meinung Die Zeit, sie ist immer da und begleitet uns jede Stunde, jede Minute und jede Sekunde Ist sie ein Countdown oder eine A [...]


    14. I don t know why I keep coming back to Hector, but he is just a wayward, little French psychiatrist I want to shake around On this adventure, Hector has returned home from China to be with his lady love, Clara, and regain ground on his life and enjoy the happiness and love that he has searched the world for Unfortunately, Hector is disturbed by all his patients and Clara about their quest for their own happiness and love while time keeps ticking by He has been with Clara for a long time and now [...]


    15. Being up against the clock was a real problem for so many people, thought Hector This fiction book, Hector and the search for Lost Time, written by Francois Lelord, depicts the importance of time with the protagonist of this book, a psychiatrist, who confronts the persistent march of time and decides to get different perspectives to figure out the definition of time I chose to read this book partly because I find myself not being aware of time during my long summer vacation I find it interesting [...]


    16. When I found this novel in a lovely independent bookshop, it really appealed to me As I studied the blurb and the cover design, I thought an adventurous psychiatrist setting off round the world to find the wisest person he knows, his friend the Buddhist monk , sounded a wonderful idea However, as I read the book, I felt that the potential of the idea had not been fully realised I found it a curious mix of boring and wise Perhaps that was a cunning device by the author to demonstrate to us that w [...]


    17. This one caught my eye on the library shelf and sounded interesting and it was an interesting read Hector, a psychiatrist who began to notice a particular theme in both his personal life and in the lives of his patients, decides that he must get to the bottom of why everyone is so concerned with time and unhappy about not having enough of it, or not knowing how they should be spending it, or having some hard to define problem with it So Hector goes on a journey to discover all of the answers, or [...]


    18. After reading Hector and the Search for Happiness, I have decided to pick up Hector Finds Time to see if I can learn a thing or two out of it I didn t expect much out of this book because after the Hector and the Search for Happiness, the novelty of Hector s quirky journey and complex theory made simple speak started to wear off.While the advice in The Search of Happiness was generally profound, in Hector finds time it is not so There were a few advice or time exercise that I go huh just because [...]


    19. I loved the first Hector book, felt okay about the second, but didn t like the third all that much There s of philosophy instead of psychology in this one, with or less the same characters from the previous books plus some new ones.I find some quotes and exercises to be meaningful, for example, the past does not exist it s been gone , the future doesn t exist it hasn t happened , the present does not exist as soon as we talk about it, it has become the past However, it becomes a bit confusing [...]


    20. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.This is a nice, quick read Our hero, Hector, is a psychiatrist who goes on a journey to unravel the mysteries of time Why does time go slowly for some people and quicker for others Why do some people want to grow up quickly, while others are happy at the age they are How do you look at the past, present and future The book is simply written yet touches on many as [...]


    21. This is a nice, quick read Our hero, Hector, is a psychiatrist who goes on a journey to unravel the mysteries of time Why does time go slowly for some people and quicker for others Why do some people want to grow up quickly, while others are happy at the age they are How do you look at the past, present and future The book is simply written yet touches on many aspects including science, philosophy, religion and poetry As Hector progresses he makes notes of time exercises to complete some of whic [...]


    22. i normally like this kind of thing parable, etc this read like the phantom tollbooth or something like that a little, yet obviously for adults but this just seemed kind of tedious i do think it s fun for the author to have a lot of freedom, not need to follow traditional conventions, etc i m giving it a three because it seems like there are some good bits of wisdom in there re time which, of course, was the point so, while i didn t love it, it s valuable and i don t fault the author for the st [...]


    23. Id e sympathique, comme pour le premier Voyage tracass par un probl me autrefois le bonheur, maintenant le Temps , Hector, psychiatre, part l aventure et au travers des personnages qu il va rencontrer, va se familiariser avec les principaux courants de pens es philosophiques, scientifiques et religieux sur le temps Mais le ton infantilisant est trop appuy , les femmes sont syst matiquement prises pour des c leur seul probl me avec le temps, c est de ne pas avoir de b b , en fait , et la fin la n [...]


    24. The Hector trilogy gets better with time As well as the usual psychological and philosophical viewpoints presented in Lelord s books on happiness and love, we are given scientific insights from the branches of biology and physics Once again we see Hector embarking on a voyage where, luckily, he meets people tackling the issue he wants to delve deeper into On this occasion, the subject is time Patients, old friends, Clara, and new people he will encounter throughout the book will give him food fo [...]


    25. Hm Alles in allem war es ganz gut Nichts wirklich Neues oder Weltbewegendes Gl ck hat mir besser gefallen, weil es mir, als ich es gelesen habe, ber eine schwere Zeit hinweggeholfen hat Was ich mochte, war dass der M nch wieder auftauchte und dass es keine endg ltige L sung f r den Umgang mit dem lterwerden gab Es regt auf jeden Fall zum Nachdenken an, und das ist immer gut Aber mir ist aufgefallen, dass ich Hector gar nicht mag Gut ist, dass Lelord eine Figur gezeichnet hat, die menschlich und [...]


    26. Auch mit dem 3 Buch der Reihe vers umt es Lelord leider an sein gro artiges erstes Werk anzukn pfen.Das Buch wirkt, wie auch schon der direkte Vorg nger, gezwungen und aufgesetzt Die Notizen, welche sich Hector auf seiner Reise macht, kommen mittlerweile wie schlechte bungen und Regeln aus einem Ratgeberbuch r ber Dies zerst rt den Charme und die Tiefe, welche beim ersten Buch zum Nachdenken anregte fast vollst ndig.Nichtdestotrotz war auch dieses Buch wieder eine sch ne unterhaltsame Geschichte [...]


    27. A gentle little book, mildly entertaining, that is part of a series I haven t read the first two books so I don t know if they are along the same lines The titles suggest it, though Hector is a psychiatrist who sets out to discover the meaning of time and help his patients handle their perceptions of time and their lives He travels to China and meets a lot of wise people and comes up with a series of exercises that he thinks will help his patients Along the way he discovers some things about him [...]


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