Spirits Rebellious by Kahlil Gibran

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Spirits Rebellious

'“I have never met you, but I heard the echoes of your thoughts and dreams from the mouths of the people . . .” —from “Madame Rose Hanie” “My spirit rebelled when I attempted to meditate a while, because the soul is like a flower that folds its petals when dark comes, and breathes not its fragrance into the phantoms of the night.” —from “The Cry of the Graves” “Truth is like the stars; it does not appear except from behind obscurity of the night.” —from “Kahlil the Heretic” '
'“I have never met you, but I heard the echoes of your thoughts and dreams from the mouths of the people . . .” —from “Madame Rose Hanie” “My spirit rebelled when I attempted to meditate a while, because the soul is like a flower that folds its petals when dark comes, and breathes not its fragrance into the phantoms of the night.” —from “The Cry of the Graves” “Truth is like the stars; it does not appear except from behind obscurity of the night.” —from “Kahlil the Heretic” '
Publisher: Philosophical Library/Open Road Edited By: Martin L. Wolf Translated By: Anthony Rizcallah Ferris ISBN: 9781453228524 Pages: 126