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The Prophet by Kahlil Gibran

The Prophet by Kahlil Gibran (unabridged audiobook read by Paul Sparer; 1.5 hrs on 2 discs): This is an interesting piece of philosophy, well worth a couple rereads. Basically this prophet comes to town, and the people of the town ask him all kinds of questions, and he answers them. There’s some good advice about infusing your every action with love and stuff like that, and some confusing advice that may be encouraging nudity and/or anarchy. Like I said, it’s worth multiple reads. And it’s short enough that rereading is no burden. A good choice if you’re in the mood to ponder the Big Issues.

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