Saturday, May 11, 2013

A Lovely Twin Soul Quote

     I found a quote in a book of The Collected Works by Kahlil Gibran.  It's from a short story (only two pages!) called "The House of Fortune."  I don't know if Gibran meant it this way, but I imagine (in a swooning, romantic sort of way) that the narrator, a man, is speaking of his Twin Soul:
"Oh human heart, woman is your own reflection, and whatever you are, she is; wherever you live she lives; she is like religion if not interpreted by the ignorant, and like a moon, if not veiled with clouds, and like a breeze, if not poisoned with impurities."
     Lovely, no?

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