Wings of Thought by Kahlil Gibran

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Wings of Thought

'“The most beautiful word on the lips of mankind is the word ‘Mother,’ and the most beautiful call is the call of ‘My mother.’ It is a word full of hope and love, a sweet and kind word coming from the depths of the heart.” —from The Broken Wings “Poetry is a flame in the heart.” —from Spiritual Sayings “I deserted the world and sought solitude because I became tired of rendering courtesy to those multitudes who believe that humility is a sort of weakness, and mercy a kind of cowardice, and snobbery a form of strength.” —from “The Tempest” “I would not exchange the laughter of my heart for the fortunes of the multitudes; nor would I be content with converting my tears, invited by my agonized self, into calm. It is my fervent hope that my whole life on this earth will ever be tears and laughter.” —from “The Wisdom of Kahlil Gibran” '
'“The most beautiful word on the lips of mankind is the word ‘Mother,’ and the most beautiful call is the call of ‘My mother.’ It is a word full of hope and love, a sweet and kind word coming from the depths of the heart.” —from The Broken Wings “Poetry is a flame in the heart.” —from Spiritual Sayings “I deserted the world and sought solitude because I became tired of rendering courtesy to those multitudes who believe that humility is a sort of weakness, and mercy a kind of cowardice, and snobbery a form of strength.” —from “The Tempest” “I would not exchange the laughter of my heart for the fortunes of the multitudes; nor would I be content with converting my tears, invited by my agonized self, into calm. It is my fervent hope that my whole life on this earth will ever be tears and laughter.” —from “The Wisdom of Kahlil Gibran” '
Publisher: Philosophical Library/Open Road ISBN: 9781453228500 Pages: 240