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Kahlil Gibran (1883--1931) moved to the United States from Lebanon in 1895. Written in Arabic, his books have been translated into 20 languages. Poet, philosopher, and artist, he was compared by French sculptor Auguste Rodin to William Blake.
"In these writings Kahlil Gibran takes us out of the wilderness into the joys and sorrows of everyday urban life. More personal and political than The Prophet, the book nonetheless sings with Gibran's lyricism and abiding wisdom." --Wes 'Scoop' Nisker, author of Crazy Wisdom and cofounder of Buddhist journal Inquiring Mind "This book shows once again why the writings of Kahlil Gibran have been such a rich source of spiritual inspiration in our modern world." --Jacob Needleman, author of The Heart of Philosophy