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Gibran meets first Rashid and then Hanie to know their part of the story. The reader feels a paradigm shift when they first hear Rashid and then Hanie. At the end, facing the fields and prairies, Gibran finally concludes:. He made for himself strict rules. Man built a narrow and painful prison in which he secluded his affections and desires.
He dug out a deep grave in which he buried his heart and its purpose. If an individual, through the dictates of his soul, declares his withdrawal from society and violates the law, his fellowmen will say he is a rebel worthy of exile, or an infamous creature worthy only of execution.
Will man remain a slave of self-confinement until the end of the world? Or will he be freed by the passing of time and live in the Spirit for the Spirit?
Do you believe that God, Who brings forth the rain from heaven, and the wheat from the hidden seeds in the heart of the earth, desires for you to be hungry in order that but one man will enjoy His bounty? On his face one could see the spectre of bitter disappointment; his sorrowful eyes bespoke his crushed heart and melancholy soul. Israfil Sahibdeen. But this was at a time when Lebanon was in virtual slavery to oppressive Turkish rule. Kristin Hannah.
Will man insist upon staring downward and backward at the earth? Or will he turn his eyes toward the sun so he will not see the shadow of his body amongst the skulls and thorns? Gibran has produced a two dimensional approach to events at one end enlisting an unending story of injustice under suppression and riches and at the other end portraying the inability of the suppressed to take off their fear and live life with honor, humility, and freedom.
Gibran discussed the three instances where without pondering for a moment the Emir lay down what so called justice. The people present in his courtroom meekly accept the injustice in the name of justice. Next day Gibran visits the field where the corpses lay. His heart fills with sorrow and his judgment with guilt when he is confronted with the reality.
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Good book. Easy reading and relaxing, gives you something to think about and I was able to make a lot of text to self connections. Stories were great. One of my favorites..
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