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CHILDREN

Our children are not our own, we do not “own” them –  a paraphrase of something Kahlil
Gibran wrote as follows:

“Your children are not your children. 739 more words

Standstill In Mid-Seas

Reason and Passion XV 
by Kahlil Gibran

Your soul is oftentimes a battlefield, upon which your reason and your 
judgment wage war against passion and your appetite. 205 more words

The Mix Of Such Arch, Thy Lyric

I’m like the Bob Marley and Kahlil Gibran mix

You get gangsta but you get legit

Some would say it’s my virtue

Yet alone it’s my device… 8 more words

Poetry

ON LOVE - KAHLIL GIBRAN

Kahlil Gibran was born into a Maronite Catholic family in northern Mount Lebanon, a semi-autonomous part of the Ottoman Empire, in 1883, Gibran received no formal education, but was taught by a local priest. 836 more words

Inspiration

A bow to you Kahlil Gibran

Rather profound words …

And God said, Love your enemy,
and  I obeyed Him
and loved myself.

– Kahlil Gibran

Goodness Knows What

Oh Children, My Children

ON CHILDREN

. . . Your children are not your children.
They are the sons and daughters of Life’s longing for itself.
They come through you but not from you, 188 more words

Poetry

LIMPING ALONG TIRED AND BLEEDING

I saw a presentation of the poem On Good and Evil by Kahlil Gibran on another site and the following line I have excerpted caught my… 353 more words