Since Kahlil Gibran released his universally acclaimed masterpiece, The Prophet, in 1923, his incredible book has been renowned for its profound answers to life's deepest questions. Yet Kahlil Gibran's beloved tale left us yearning for more after an unfulfilled promise of the Prophet's return when he wrote: "Should my voice fade in your ears, and my love vanish in your memory, then I will come again."
Now, several generations later, Kahlil's descendant Hajjar Gibran has written the long-awaited answer to this promise. With its universal themes, personal narrative, and timeless advice, The Return of the Prophet opens the doorway to a new generation's classic, and a modern understanding of timeless spiritual wisdom. Hajjar recalls an intimate, spiritual connection with the Prophet while journeying together through the themes of abundance, betrayal, desire, forgiveness, and others.