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Essay on Gibran Khalil Gibran Depicts the Power of Nature

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Gibran Khalil Gibran
The raw power of nature has always been an inspiration to the world around us. Gibran Khalil Gibran has depicted the power of nature and applied it in his theories in philosophy, his painting, and his passion for poetry and literature. The style in which Khalil unifies life and its beauty makes his writing very good. His style of writing is very peaceful and ear- friendly. A factor of his sacristy to women, life and beauty is the locations he has been to in his life. Throughout this essay, the exploration of the poetic visions and biography of Gibran will be explored.

Khalil Gibran (full Arabic name Gibran Khalil Gibran, sometimes spelled Khalil (January 6, 1883 – April 10, 1931). Khalil was a Lebanese artist,
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In “ The Prophet” Khalil says “ sorrow carves out our being” but actually, the emptiness that sorrow makes, provides room for you to enjoy yourself in another moment in life. In one of lines that standout in “Sorrow and Pain” Khalil states, “Your pain is the breaking of the shell that encloses your understanding” when you are in pain, try to consider your pain as any experience of life. If you can accomplish this, you will be more calm and satisfied about your feelings. Few realize that the prophet says, that suffering is meant to heal our selves “ The bitter potion by which the physician within you heals your sick self”. Therefore the next time you are in sorrow, consider that it may all have been self-chosen, all has been produces by you. Without struggles we would not learn anything. In “The Prophet” chapter “Prayer” Khalil describes God as an art, the art of life “ Our God, who art our winged –and giving us more of thyself thou givest us all”. Throughout this quote, Khalil is stating that God is art, and whenever people pray, they pray for better art, which is wrong because you should ask for more of God in order to gifted more and better art. The main idea in this quote is that God knows everything his people need, and it his himself. Our essential need is God, therefore praying should only be for more of God. Throughout “The Prophet” the group of people ask him “Speak to us of Eating and Drinking” Khalil states “ you
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