In this book, Gibran talks about life, death, and love, with a philosophical logic embellished with a literary preamble. He speaks with his philosophy to the tongues of flowers and trees in order to reveal through them the secrets in this universe. In this book, Gibran divided the word slavery according to the role of people in representing slavery on the stage of human life. He also described the condition of the Orientals and their bodies in a way that shows their servility and abandonment, describing the East as a patient whose illnesses alternated and epidemics circulated until disease returned and a thousand pains returned, and Gibran calls to get out of this The civilized state through its glorification of the values of rebellion and the spirit of individuality instead of drifting blindly behind traditions.
About the book:
The cover is plain cardboard
The size is 13.5*19.5cm
Book juice house for publication and distribution