28.10.2012 [Daily Pioneer] - You often say, “I would give, but only to the deserving.” The trees in your orchard say not so, nor the flocks in your pastures. They give that they may live, for to withhold is to perish. Surely he who is worthy to receive his days and his nights, is
26.10.2012 [Sydney Morning Herald] - Lebanese-born poet KahlilGibran has inspired three albums including Tawadros' solo oud album, The Prophet. ''He is an amazing poet and has a strong message. I kind of see a parallel between [the two of us] in basically being from an Arabic background
(`ka-lil jə-ˈbrän) (1922–2008), sometimes known as "Kahlil George Gibran" (note the artist’s preferred Americanized spelling of his first name), was a painter and sculptor born in Boston, Massachusetts; he lived in that city all his life. A student of the painter Karl Zerbe at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Gibran first received acclaim as a magic realist painter in the late 1940s when he exhibited with other emerging artists later known as the "Boston Expressionists." Called a "master of materials," as both artist and restorer, Gibran turned to sculpture in the mid-fifties. In 1972, in an effort to separate his identity from his famous relative and namesake, the author of The Prophet, GibranKahlilGibran, who was cousin both to his father Nicholas Gibran and his mother Rose Gibran, the sculptor co-authored with his wife Jean a biography of the poet entitled KahlilGibran His Life And World. Recognized for multiple skills as painter; carver of wood, wax, and stone; welder; and instrument maker, Gibran’s insatiable curiosity and technical prowess combined to make him truly an original, standing alone and defying labels that associated him with one specific school.
05.11.2012 [New Era] - The funeral programme included this quote by KahlilGibran from, “The Prophet”: “When you part from your friend, you grieve not; for that which you love most in him may be clearer in his absence, as the mountain to the climber is clearer from the plain.
05.11.2012 [Los Angeles Times] - The clues, which read something like Robert Parker crossed with KahlilGibran, have sent them all over Europe in search of fabulous wines and, of course, valuable life lessons. Tied after six volumes, in the seventh they head to the New World
04.11.2012 [Lancaster Newspapers] - The best books I've read lately: The Bible, and "The Prophet" by KahlilGibran — an all-time favorite. A person I really admire: Maya Angelou. Whom in the world I'd most like to have dinner with: Denzel Washington. Websites I frequent: Google
03.11.2012 [Inquirer.net] - We learn to accept and cope, no matter how long it takes. Then we move on, for there is still a whole lot of living to do. KahlilGibran advises to “open” one's “heart wide unto the body of life. For life and death are one, even as the river and the
"Para entender o coração e a mente de uma pessoa, não olhe para o que ela já conseguiu, mas para o que ela aspira." ::- To understand the heart and mind of a person, look not at what he has already achieved, but what he aspires to. :::- Spiritual sayings of KahlilGibran - página 35, KahlilGibran, Anthony Rizcallah Ferris - Heinemann,1963 - 94 páginas
02.11.2012 [The Hankyoreh] - Judge Lee Tan-hee of the Gwangju District Criminal Court quoted these lines from the 1923 book “The Prophet” by KahlilGibran (1883-1931) in sentencing a father to two years in prison for beatings and injuries to his 13-year-old daughter. The father, a
18.10.2012 [The Boot] - He quoted from KahlilGibran's writing, "On Giving," saying, "You give but little when you give of your possessions. It is when you give of yourself that you truly give." He declared that quote an apt description of Randy, adding, "Not only have you
12.10.2012 [Deadline.com] - In features, the company has produced such films as Frida and is developing The Prophet, an animated adaptation of the KahlilGibran's book that has sold over 100 million copies worldwide. Hayek, Ventanarosa, and Gutierrez are repped by CAA. TV Editor
07.11.2012 [Giornale di Puglia] - Il libro è introdotto da un pensiero molto pregnante di KahlilGibran: La preghiera, che è il canto del cuore, giunge alle orecchie di Dio anche se confusa in mezzo alle grida e ai lamenti di migliaia di voci. Segue la presentazione di p. Lorenzo