El profeta (Espiritualidad & Pensamiento) (Spanish Edition)
|Rating||:||4.40 (716 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||128 Pages|
Casteneda, here represented by a compilation of quotes from his major works, is of course ever-popular. From Library Journal Spiritual concerns are central to Hispanic life in this country, and here are some titles that could expand your collection beyond the obvious. While Yogananda's work may not seem as natural a fit, his autobiography has in fact been available in Latin America since the 1950s, where it is considered a classic of spiritual literature. Copyright 1999 Reed Business Information, Inc.
But, above all, it is one of the most acclaimed books on the difficult road of combining literature with spirituality.. Simple, inclusive, and profound, Khalil Gibrán’s messages are rooted in the transcendental spirituality of religions, and primarily, on the constant search of similarities between the faiths. El profeta is undoubtedly Khalil Gibran’s greatest book. The love of neighbor; the inclusion of each individual; freedom; and the certainty that life is a journey of learning that ends once the human being returns to that Totality all are part of the philosophy that this prophet unveils before the citizens of Orphalese, and by extension, to the readers of the world
"Five Stars" according to Reynaldo A Soto. It is a classic.. Five Stars Ricardo A. Dominguez Great. Michael R. Latcham said Arrogance and neglect in translation. Before I purchased this book I would like to have known that the translator was not up to the task. El Profeta/the Prophet (Alba) is a translation of Kahil (Jalil) Gibrán's wonderful book The Prophet. The original is not under review here but the translation. The quality of the translation, sometimes reasonable, is often not good:Gibran o