Tag Archives: Kahlil Gibran

Selections from Jesus, Son of Man

Earlier I posted comments for Kahlil Gibran’s moving Jesus, Son of Man, and now share some quotations from it. Then He looked at me, and the noontide of His eyes was upon me, and He said, “You have many lovers, … Continue reading

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Camino Winds | Jesus the Son of Man

Amid a category 4 hurricane that levels homes and floods an entire town, a man is murdered. The police shake their heads, insisting he was merely struck by storm debris. But falling limbs don’t leave blood splatter inside a home … Continue reading

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Sand and Foam

Sand and Foam© 1926, 1943 Kahlil Gibran112 pages I am forever walking upon these shores,  Betwixt the sand and the foam,  The high tide will erase my foot-prints,  And the wind will blow away the foam.  But the sea and … Continue reading

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This Week at the Library (3/7)

I’ve had a lot of good reading the last few weeks, which is not suprising given how heavily steeped my library selections were in science. I began with Before the Dawn by Nicholas Wade. The cover of the book is … Continue reading

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