Secrets of the Heart
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Now that i think of its Ironic: I really enjoyed this book and look forward to reading more of his works. His writing is simple but explains everything in vivid details. I've never read a book that touched me so much! Gibran writes in vivid figurative language and lots of imagery.
He strums strings of the heart with his insight into situations and stories. Also, if you like this, you'll love Broken Wings. Perfect 10, the more volumes of Gibran I read the more I crave. Deeply stirred my soul, spiraled my thoughts.
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Thoughts and Meditations Excerpt: It is easy to overlook with the beauty of the artwork and deep meaning behind much of the words. If you can find it, this is worth a read. Get Your Copy of Secrets of the Heart: Jan 04, Sage rated it it was amazing. I have this old paperback titled, "Secrets of the Heart" by Kahlil Gibran. Not, "Hearts" as this goodreads title reads.
It is worn and torn and falling apart and I can't find its print date. But it contains one of my favorite quotes of all time - a quote fairly telling of why I will always and forever be a tree-hugging, romantic with a penchant toward mysticism: I found the endless prairies where I have this old paperback titled, "Secrets of the Heart" by Kahlil Gibran.
I found the endless prairies where the light of the sun rests, and where the flowers breathe their fragrance into space, and where the streams sing their way into the sea. I discovered the mountains where I found the fresh awakening of Spring, and the colorful longing of Summer, and the rich songs of Autumn, and the beautiful mystery of winter. I came to this far corner of God's domain for I hungered to learn the secrets of the Universe, and approach close to the throne of God.
Sep 20, Anhad Gill rated it really liked it. This book was not one of my favorite works of Khalil Gibran. Though he is known for his grievous, yet captivating style of writing, but sometimes I would have liked his parables to not have a tragic ending. Maybe because I picked this book up right after I finished one of his other books, I thought some of the endings were getting monotonous, and hence unexciting.
Like in all his other books, the comparisons he made, the metaphors used, are a delight for the reader. I did thoroughly enjoy that as This book was not one of my favorite works of Khalil Gibran. I did thoroughly enjoy that aspect.
I also loved the poem, The Countrymen. I feel the book is blemished by the consistent mood throughout, but because of my devotion to Gibran, I might still reread it to explore what I might have missed the first time. Jul 03, DC rated it really liked it. This is a book of 11 pieces, a mix of short stories and poems.
They're all characteristically of a beautiful language - beautiful in the sense that they all seem a little too I suppose it's the writing style that dominates that part of the world? Nevertheless, the themes quite surprised me.
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I see here breaks in tradition, calls for change, intriguing endings. These are not your usual stories - these are stories that are meant to wake something inside you, making you reme This is a book of 11 pieces, a mix of short stories and poems. These are not your usual stories - these are stories that are meant to wake something inside you, making you remember that there's something quite not right in the world.
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What God desires must be right and good. But instead of "truth in the inward parts," it is the opposite. Instead of law, there is self-will; instead of order, there is confusion; instead of the unity of the Spirit, there is enmity and strife. The mind and the will are in contradiction to God. It is this that makes the disease so desperate, and the remedy so difficult Genesis We might make clean the outside of the cup, but it remains defiled within.
We may whitewash the sepulchre, but after all it is a sepulchre, full of dead men's bones and of all uncleanness. Helpless, and well-nigh despairing, our cry is, "O wretched man that I am!