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  1. Kahlil Gibran Arabic was a Lebanese American artist, poet, and writer Born in the town of Bsharri in modern day Lebanon then part of Ottoman Mount Lebanon , as a young man he emigrated with his family to the United States where he studied art and began his literary career In the Arab world, Gibran is regarded as a literary and political rebel His romantic style was at the heart of a renaissance in modern Arabic literature, especially prose poetry, breaking away from the classical school In Lebanon, he is still celebrated as a literary hero He is chiefly known in the English speaking world for his 1923 book The Prophet, an early example of inspirational fiction including a series of philosophical essays written in poetic English prose The book sold well despite a cool critical reception, gaining popularity in the 1930s and again especially in the 1960s counterculture Gibran is the third best selling poet of all time, behind Shakespeare and Lao Tzu.

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  1. Now that I m reading The Prophet again, words that I read twenty seven years ago still ring clearly in my mind as I read them again today It was a wonderful moment a few evenings ago to find myself reciting aloud and from memory passages that had struck me then and now to the very core Kahlil Gibran spent a couple of years revising The Prophet Since it is a short book, the concepts come across as distilled The influences of his native Lebanon as well as his love for scripture, come through in th [...]




  2. The Prophet made me feel profoundly spiritual when I was nineteen It was a great way to experience spirituality and romance as a teenager, but as I got older, its lusty descriptions of the true meaning of love, marriage, and life just seem like pretty, but shallow, wordplay.Now, don t write to me and prove me wrong on this, because I like the idea very much I believe that Khalil Gibran was quite the player The Prophet has a seductive tone that avoids making any concrete statements, which is the [...]


  3. Despite your religious views, be they absent or strong, Gibran has given us a work of beauty that proves, to me at least, that faith is not necessary to be good and right.A favorite quote from the book Fill each other s cup but drink not from one cup.Give one another of your bread but eat not from the same loaf.Sing and dance together and be joyous, but let each one of you be alone,Even as the strings of a lute are alone though they quiver with the same music Lee



  4. Kahlil Gibran was one of the leading Maronite philosophers of the first half of the twentieth century Born in Lebanon in 1883, his poetry accompanied by artwork has been translated into over twenty languages I decided to read his opus The Prophet, which is awe inspiring poetry written in novella form A classic that often surfaces on classics groups, The Prophet is a worthy edition to one s classics collection Gibran s philosopher Al Mustafa has traveled by boat to visit the Orphalese people and [...]


  5. The Prophet, Kahlil Gibran 2001 1372 171 1373 149 1378 105 9643342522 1378 1379 1380 1382 1385 1386 9789646176348 1392 120 9789643342524 .



  6. I don t know if I can write this review I really don t It makes me feel extremely vulnerable, to contemplate putting so much of my heart out on view for people on the internet to see I also don t know if I have the words.Reading this book was both devastating and awe inspiring I was moved beyond words, particularly when I started reading it, started to let the words wash over me, when I realized how familiar they were, not the words, but the meanings behind them It felt like something I d been s [...]


  7. The richness of his poetic prose and its inherent musicality is what I take with me from Al Mustaf , Gibran s famous Prophet There is also a universal spirituality that doesn t succumb to the pressure of organized dogma that makes of this short fable a classic that might appeal to any reader regardless of his present, absent or muddled religious beliefs.The roundness of the last chapter reminds me of the serene wisdom of the ancient aphorisms in The Tao Te Ching because it allows multiple interp [...]


  8. Of course I remember almost nothing of this book, except that it was an arduous journey through the elementary and unspecific explanation of religious doctrine that tries to be open and liberal, but is actually very conservative and full of ideology that I feel is unrewarding mostly due to the difficulty in actual application If anyone reads this, although I see no reason why they would, listen to my words The truth, however you define it, however you need it, is simple When you see it you know [...]


  9. I love you when you bow in your mosque, kneel in your temple, pray in your church For you and I are sons of one religion, and it is the spirit Say not, I have found the truth, but rather, I have found a truth Say not, I have found the path of the soul Say rather, I have met the soul walking upon my path For the soul walks upon all paths The soul walks not upon a line, neither does it grow like a reed The soul unfolds itself, like a lotus of countless petals Your children are not your children Th [...]


  10. The Prophet by Khalil Gibran is a short but invaluable book of philosophy and encouragement It is the story of The Prophet who gives his last lectures to the habitants of the seaside town of Orphalese before leaving in a boat to shores unknown It is filled with wisdom Despite the religious implication of the title, the philosophy here is that of Spinoza You will be free not when your days are without worry and your nights are without desire of pain You will be free when your life is surrounded [...]


  11. It s the story of Almustafa, the Prophet, who is departing the city of Orphalese after a 12 year visit But before he leaves, before he boards the ship that will return him to his homeland, he is asked by the residents of the city to enlighten them on a variety of subjects that deal with life and life s issues You will find wisdom, compassion, love, friendship, teaching, and maybe best of all, beauty This book is a virtual roadmap for how to live your life to complete fulfillment.


  12. I m not sure that this book lived up to the thousands of recomendations that I got to read it It is very beautiful, many of the lines are great, but as a whole, it seems like a sort of ode to indecision Maybe I didn t take enough time with it, but seemed to me to be so heavily focussed on balance and contradictions that it didn t make any extreme proclamations Maybe balance is real than that which is self glorifying, but I just wasn t as moved as I wanted to be Maybe at a different time in my l [...]




  13. Re read a classic to start off the new year As with every classic, this too turned up in a new light With echoes of Schopenhauer, Kant and even Comte, this deep poem suddenly took new life in this reading Now what is left is to search out which way the influence spread before flowering in this expression east to west, the other way, or is it an early amalgamation of all philosophy like all truly great poems are.



  14. The Prophet is a book of 26 prose poetry fables written in English by the Lebanese American artist, philosopher and writer Kahlil Gibran, originally published in 1923 The prophet, Almustafa, has lived in the foreign city of Orphalese for 12 years and is about to board a ship which will carry him home Long were the days of pain I have spent within its walls, and long were the nights of aloneness and who can depart from his pain and his aloneness without regret He is stopped by a group of people, [...]


  15. 54 sayfal k dev kitap El Mustafa y llard r bekledi i gemiye binip ya ad yerden uzakla acakken halk ona merak ettiklerini sorup El Mustafa dan hakikati isterler Bunun zerine sorulan her soruya kar l k tler al rlar A k, ac , zg rl k, su ve ceza, dostluk, l m ve daha bir ok konu Dostluk ile su ve ceza k sm n ayr bir sevdim ben Alt n izmek istemedi im tek bir yer bile olmad desem yeridir Ama en nemlisi yazar sevdim Ermi ara ara a p bakaca m tam bir ba ucu kitab oldu benim i in.



  16. a book for anyone willing to step outside of the insitutionalized perspective of life that most of America and the world finds itself in Every line is an intuitive and insightful proclamation of the gut feelings we all have about the way life can be lived and should be lived I have heard the quote on marriage being like two trees standing near each other with a little space between them so the wind God can come between them it s an extremely popular and inspirational book


  17. Kahlil Gibran is a name that s been revolving around the fringes of my to read possibilities As one of the most widely read writers in the world, how could he not The Prophet combines faith and philosophy in a series of questions and answers on life and death and all the big topics in between, all delivered in a style similar to the Socratic Methodexcept that it s not really promoting any kind of critical thinking Yes, there are some fundamental truths to be gleaned herein, same as you d find in [...]


  18. This book is cool because it is an excellent display of how similar the world s religions truly are When it comes down to it, they are really all the same and the differences are mainly aesthetic.However, pretty much any person who has learned about many different religions is really going to come to the same conclusion All the religions in the world are all compatible, because their entire purpose is to provide a belief system to help people in a society get along The rules that make humans get [...]



  19. This is a semi poetic collection of views on important things in life, like love, giving, crime and punishment, pain, talking, and beauty They are told by a wise person who gives his opinions when solicited by the town on his day of departure I like this part And a woman who held a babe against her bosom said, Speak to us of Children.And he said Your children are not your children.They are the sons and daughters of Life s longing for itself.They come through you but not from you,And though they [...]



  20. The song of love ,love of nature, and all other creatures , love that illuminates the wonderful aspects of life and that gives life meaning and depth He believe in the purity of human being and the goodness hidden in every soul, that is devoid of any evil it is a whisper on spirituality A quote that I liked.Love has no other desire but to fulfill itself.But if you love and must needs have desires, let these be your desires To melt and be like a running brook that sings its melody to the night,To [...]


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