Un rey al que le gustaba mucho sentirse poderoso, un leï¿½ador al que un accidente le cambia la vida, un hombre atormentado que consulta con un sabio, un cofre lleno de monedas de oro, un famoso rabino, un sastre, un zar, un oso. During his long and plentiful professional career, Jorge Bucay has always recounted stories not only as a means to teach his patients, but also to reflect with them on common worries and concerns of human beings. This book, one of his most widely read titles, combines many of these inspiring stories. They are the stories that accompany us and help to shed light on our inner growth. Almost all of them have their own inspiration, but we also find the traditional narratives and stories that have enriched the thinking process and lives of readers. In this book, the author engages us in an imaginary discussion with his numerous readers. It is a warm and friendly conversation that recalls some of the themes that men and women have dealt with for a long time, while ending with a challenge to the reader to make each day better and better.