The Return of the Prophet

It is written in the same style as The Prophet, but with a modern understanding of spirituality and faith that can be applied to all religions.

The Return of the Prophet

by Hajjar Gibran —

Kahlil Gibran released his universally acclaimed masterpiece, The Prophet, in 1923. Since then, this incredible book has been renowned for its profound answers to life’s deepest questions. Yet his beloved tale left readers yearning for more after an unfulfilled promise of his return when he wrote, “Should my voice fade your ears, and my love vanish in your memory, then I will come again.”

Now, several generations later, his great-cousin Hajjar Gibran has written the long-awaited answer to this promise.

Based on Hajjar’s real-life experiences, it is a moving collection of inspiring words spoken to Hajjar, after the death of his brother, by Kahlil in a series of visions.

Hajjar’s life experiences along with Kahlil’s wise advice and prophetic statements, are applicable to everyone and are woven masterfully. It is written in the same style as The Prophet, but with a modern understanding of spirituality and faith that can be applied to all religions. With its universal themes and timeless advice, this is another true insight into life’s deepest meanings.

$18.95 hardcover — Atria and Beyond Words Publishing, division of Simon and Schuster, Inc., 1230 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10020.

Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 27, Number , December 2008/January 2009.

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