Khalil Gibran, The Man Behind the Prophet

My Dad tells me that my grandmother kept a copy of The Prophet or just picked up at the bookstore one day. I imagine that for her and others of her generation, it was a tie or a link to Lebanon. I wasn’t born in Lebanon, but even I feel tied to the land, and a strong pull to return. I don’t think that Lebanon every leaves you if it’s in your blood. We hold on tightly to our culture, no matter where we are in the world.

Khalil Gibran, The Man Behind The Prophet

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passionate lawyer/entrepreneur, liberal and politically active, culinary snob, runner, animal lover, Lebanese/Italian, I eat tons of bananas - usually with Nutella

03. May 2012 by Nicki
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