is one of Gibran Khalil Gibran’s most renowned masterpieces. It follows Almustafa, a prophet in the city of Orphalese, who is about to return home. He stopped by a group of
and told them about life. The book contains 26 short poems about subjects such as freedom and religion. The Prophet was initially written in English and has been translated into more than forty languages. In 2014, the American-Mexican actress of Lebanese descent
co-produced “Khalil Gibran’s The Prophet” which was an international success. The movie, which perfectly introduces us to Gibran’s mind while he was writing his masterpiece, is full of mesmerizing animations! The best part is that two poems, titled “On Children” and “On Love,” were turned into songs!
26 things Gibran Khalil Gibran’s The Prophet teaches us about life