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The Return of the Prophet Signed Editionby Hajjar Gibran
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In the tradition of the beloved masterpiece andlt;iandgt;The Prophetandlt;/iandgt;, Hajjar Gibran — an ancestral descendant of Kahlil Gibran — presents a parable of spiritual awakening based on his often heartbreaking and ultimately triumphant life. With its universal themes, personal narrative, and timeless advice, andlt;iandgt;The Return of the Prophetandlt;/iandgt; opens the doorway to a new generation's classic, and a modern understanding of timeless spiritual wisdom. Hajjar recalls an intimate, spiritual connection with the Prophet while journeying together through the themes of abundance, betrayal, desire, forgiveness, and others. Stunning charcoal illustrations throughout give readers a glimpse into the visions Hajjar experienced during his troubled past.
This poetic book follows Gibran's heartbreaking, yet triumphant life story and how the wisdom received from the acclaimed work, "The Prophet," saved his life. The universal themes and advice in this text provide deeper insight into some of life's most enduring mysteries of the heart.Atria Books/Beyond Words
About the Author
After his brother's tragic death, andlt;bandgt;Hajjar Gibranandlt;/bandgt; lived through a tormenting passage that culminated in a series of visionary episodes and visitations from his ancestral spirit, Khalil Gibran. Hajjar's spiritual calling inspired him on an unconventional lifelong odyssey that included building a spiritual retreat center with many years of consciousness research and a private practice specializing in therapies that help aid in spiritual growth and development. He later synthesized his work with the ancient practice of Hawaiian shamanism. In keeping with his ancestral lineage, Hajjar's teachings offer insights on timeless issues that bridge the wisdom of ancient mysticism with the practical issues of contemporary society. Visit his website at hajjargibran.com.
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