Tag Archives: Khalil Gibran

God save me, but not right now

People who teach complex ways simply show that they have not known God — because God needs no expertise. And people who teach complex ways have a reason to teach complex ways :so that they always can say to you `If you are not doing the thing rightly, how can you hope to attain?’ Have […]

Mad people and their king

A sane man among the insane always appears so. There is a beautiful story by Khalil Gibran which I have always loved: There was an ancient town ruled by a well-loved king and queen. Into the only well — except that for the sole use of the king and queen and their prime minister — […]