The Procession by Kahlil Gibran

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The Procession

'“To steal a flower we call mean, to rob a field is chivalry; Who kills the body he must die, Who kills the spirit he goes free.” —from “Of Justice” “Learning follows various roads. We note the start but not the end. For time and fate must rule the course, while we see not beyond the bend.” —from “Of Science and Knowledge” “For man is happy only in his aspiration to the heights; When he attains his goal, he cools and longs for other distant flights.” —from “Of Happiness”'
'“To steal a flower we call mean, to rob a field is chivalry; Who kills the body he must die, Who kills the spirit he goes free.” —from “Of Justice” “Learning follows various roads. We note the start but not the end. For time and fate must rule the course, while we see not beyond the bend.” —from “Of Science and Knowledge” “For man is happy only in his aspiration to the heights; When he attains his goal, he cools and longs for other distant flights.” —from “Of Happiness”'
Publisher: Philosophical Library/Open Road ISBN: 9781453235522 Pages: 104