Henry Leo Bolduc

Modestly clad in the garment of a poet, Kahlil Gibran led a spiritual renaissance. People everywhere are inspired by his beautiful words, profound ideas, and exquisite art. Loved by millions, few are aware of the source of his wisdom - his gift of channeling and knowledge of past lives.

The following are quotes by Kahlil Gibran

"This country needs hundreds of soul-doctors. But they musn't be theorists or nationalists or internationalists. They must have a universal consciousness and be able to help people look in a different direction. An idea that hurts or enchants us acts like a magnet. Presently it becomes our fixed way of thinking and feeling. Then we need something to make us turn a little and see another part of reality. When we find that one thing has aspects we hadn't thought of, it occurs to us sometimes that other things too may have more aspects that we can see."
From Beloved Prophet, The Love Letters of Kahlil Gibran and Mary Haskell.
Edited by Virginia Hilu. Copyright 1972 by Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., New York.

Gibran spoke and wrote to friends about his trance-experiences in which he would see a round light and hear music.
"All my life, from time to time, just as I go to sleep I have felt as if I were rising. I have been conscious of two selves - of me and me - I have never tried to separate these two personalities until very recently. I often think out things in by bed, just before I go to sleep - some of my best things come that way."
From Kahlil Gibran: His Life and World, by Jean Gibran and Kahlil Gibran.
Copyright by New York Graphic Society.

"Religion? What is it? I know only life. Life means the field, the vineyard and the loom...The Church is within you. You yourself are your priest."
"The soul is mightier than space, stronger than time, deeper than the sea, and higher than the stars."
From This Man From Lebanon: A Study of Kahlil Gibran, by Barbara Young
Copyright 1945 by Alfred A. Knopf Publishers, NYC.

"In the twilight of memory we should meet once more, we shall speak again together and you shall sing to me a deeper song."
"A little while, a moment of rest upon the wind, and another woman shall bear me."
From The Prophet, by Kahlil Gibran
Copyright 1923 by Alfred A. Knopf Publishers, NYC.