Posted by Mohamed ElShinnawi on May 20, 2010 in News Clips
For the past 12 years, Lebanese-American poet Khalil Gibran’s love for equality and better understanding between East and West have inspired an awards program at the Arab American Institute in Washington.
Lebanese-American poet and philosopher Khalil Gibran said, “I love you my brother, whoever you are, whether you worship in your church, kneel in your temple or pray in your mosque.”
“The Prophet,” Gibran’s famous book, reflects his commitment to understanding among racial, ethnic, and religious communities. The Gibran Awards celebrate those whose lives mirror Gibran’s vision of humanity…
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