When Gibran writes about his Prophet, human values and meanings that transcend any religion, race, or color are embodied. It is humanity at its finest.
There is no doubt that the book “The Prophet” is the jewel of what “Gibran Khalil Gibran” wrote, a summary of what he reached, and the juices of his personal experiences and outlook on life. He included all his views on life and death, food and drink, love and marriage, and others. Therefore, Gibran considered him his "second birth", which he had been waiting for a thousand years. Gibran recounts his views on the tongue of the wise “Mustafa”, who has been away from his homeland for twelve years, and lived among the inhabitants of the island of “Orvalis” as one of them, waiting for his return to his hometown. When the ship docks and the time for his departure comes, the islanders beg him to address them. It was the farewell sermon in which he summarized his doctrine. In his book, Gibran succeeded in going beyond the boundaries of his religion, to establish human foundations that respect the human being as a human being and not for any other factor.
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Cover: plain cardboard
Number of pages: 173 pages
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